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    Rolleiflex 2.8F

    Fujicolor NPL 160T

    martinkozak, Andy Reaser, and 94 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Nela Spotmatic 42 months ago | reply

      Awesome photo! I feel like this photo is naturally and inadvertently horizontally segmented. From the bottom up I climb from grass, to gravel, to car, to home, to tree, to sky. All centered by the windows of the home and car.

      :)

    2. djmark1972 42 months ago | reply

      almost looks like a painting.

    3. otro_mun2 42 months ago | reply

      Nicely seen!

    4. Hi-Fi Fotos 42 months ago | reply

      Conditions look perfect for something sinister to happen! Cool scene.

    5. mgphoto.net 42 months ago | reply

      very Gregory Crewdsonesque! ;) Like it!

    6. bnzai9 42 months ago | reply

      Great shot.

    7. Chromatic Dreams 42 months ago | reply

      The colours and colour combination are awesome.
      And that sharpness all through the picture on top.

    8. wojszyca 42 months ago | reply

      fabulous! the pink sky!

    9. Dead Slow 42 months ago | reply

      The color of the sky, perfect.

    10. Amanda Bausk 42 months ago | reply

      Great colors, I love the greenish tint against the pink sky.

      I'm so jealous that you got some Fuji NPL 160T, I've been on the hunt for it forever!

    11. mjohnso 42 months ago | reply

      Love this, everything in this seems so delibrate, it seems almost artificial.

    12. patrickjoust 42 months ago | reply

      Thanks a lot everyone!! Yeah, I was surprised about the sky.

      @ Amanda Bausk - Yeah, I was really lucky to find about 20 rolls for sale in the UK and they are only a couple years expired. I can see a little grain coming out, but not much, so I'm pretty happy. I wish they still made this stuff!

    13. dothatstuff [deleted] 42 months ago | reply

      Another brilliant one!

    14. photos from my lives 42 months ago | reply

      such a strange feeling of hyper-realism and surrealism!

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