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    This young puppeteer showed me her moves with a new friend. The Outside Lands Festival had a lot of families, especially early in the day before the headliner bands performed.

    This image was taken from a Yashica FR-1 SLR film camera using a Yashica ML1:2.8 28mm lens. The Kodak Portra 160 negative was scanned by an HP Scanjet G4050 and digitally rendered in Photoshop.

    hubertj, Sue Cloutier, Kelalin ♡, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. borisdeswan 20 months ago | reply

      I really marvel at the renewed life some of this old camera/lenses can now aquire thanks to scanning and printing, 35mm takes on a brand new quality. This specific photo is a perfect example of it !!

    2. fotosdecesar 20 months ago | reply

      Una linda y tierna composición.-

    3. Scott Holcomb 20 months ago | reply

      For the first time I feel like I have control over how my film images appear. Since I never had a darkroom, my photos were up to the mercy of commercial developers. Now, with a powerful computer connected to a high resolution scanner I can utilize a "digital darkroom" with tools that can do many of the same processes that were performed manually in studios in the past.
      I disagree with those who say, film is dead. It has been transformed into an art form using vintage cameras and lenses with the images displayed within a digital platform, practiced by a group of photographers with the skill and patience to work on both sides of the digital divide.

      Whew! I'm out of breath . . .

    4. Scott Holcomb 20 months ago | reply

      Siempre he admirado su habilidad para tomar fotos de retrato. En este día dejé de lado mi timidez. Sin duda, ayudó a tener un tema adorable a la fotografía!

    5. ERTA images [deleted] 20 months ago | reply

      Very nice "initiative" (in French, sorry!) to show beautifull argentic work on Flickr !
      My scanner is not able to reproduce a good result. Shame on me because I continue to take pictures with my old PRAKTICA BC1 (1987)...
      Best Regards

    6. Scott Holcomb 20 months ago | reply

      Je vous remercie pour votre aimable commentaire. Peut-être le laboratoire qui développe votre film peut passer au scanner vos photos et mettre les images sur un disque.
      Bonne chance avec votre Praktica BC1.

    7. Giorden 20 months ago | reply

      Magnificent image!!

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