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A Glass Darkly

By slephoto
Katlin Sumners photographed at an abandoned amusement park.  Clothing by Verillas and Ayyawear.

This image was shot on film, there are no digital filters, effects, etc.  Photoshop was used solely to resize the image for screen display.  Otherwise this is straight out of camera.  Fisheye effect was achieved thru lens placement & DOF, color shifts are from using very old Ektachrome64T (120mm) film outside & then cross-processing it.

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Image © James Glendinning/SilverLight Esoterica Photography.
Image may not be used, copied, or distributed in any way or form without express written consent.
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Make
NORITSU KOKI
Model
QSS-32_33
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DaddyHoggy's avatar
Great pose/expression from the model - very moody piece - love the quality film gives the shot.
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pearwood's avatar
Surreal beauty.
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Thanks!  It was the only frame to turn out & it worked well.
pearwood's avatar
One really good shot on the roll sounds like a successful shoot to me.
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It's always iffy when you're working with 20 year old film in uncontrolled lighting.  1 out of 12 is acceptable.  :D
pearwood's avatar
:D (My main working camera is a Yashica-D.)
Tinhead's avatar
great to know people are still using film.  Great use of the fish eye lens
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