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Made by MARCO in Belgium

168 mm X 103 mm X 18 mm 150 gr.

To make Belgian chocolates

px 600 ff polaroid film

Argus A (1936) f 4,5 + Kodak 200 color plus, fixed focus 2 positions, exposure meter ..... use the rule of 16

Argus A (1936) f 4,5 + Kodak 200 color plus, fixed focus 2 positions, exposure meter ..... use the rule of 16

6x6 Voigtlander Brillant S, Skopar f 3,5 75mm (1939) + Rollei RPX 400, for the exposure i used the rule of 16.

Some testing with a Skolnik Camera (an old Bakelite Russian 6x6 camera).

 

Original shots taken on film for B/W, almost no post processing, just scanned.

 

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Voigtlander Brillant S, Skopar f 3,5 75mm (1939) + Kodak Portra 400, exposure meter ..... use the rule of 16 ....

Seu Oasis, Sardinia, last summer.

 

Original shot taken with a Pouva Start, Bakelite camera, 6x6 format on Fujichrome Velvia 100 asa, almost no post processing, just scanned.

It was a twisted affair and somehow he had to end it.

 

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Along the road in Funtana Meiga, OR, dusty old trees deformed by the wind.

 

Original shot taken with a Pouva Start, 6x6 format on Fujifilm Acros black and whit film, 100 asa, almost no post processing, just scanned

Probably this one is the lowest quality image I ever posted here! But it has something that amuse me, so here it is! ;-)

 

Original shot taken with a Shkolnik camera on 120 black and white film (400 asa? maybe) light post processing.

Some testing with a Skolnik Camera (an old Bakelite Russian 6x6 camera).

 

Original shots taken on film for B/W, almost no post processing, just scanned.

 

Keep the suggestion: View On Black

A shot looking upward, the light decay, the detail and the classic combination of classic panchromatic film and vintage camera bring the image fifty years back... isn't it? ;-)

 

Original shot taken with a Pouva Start camera, 6x6 format on Rollei Retro 100 asa black and white film, almost no post processing, just scanned.

Used in the forties/fifties to connect the electricity cables with the houses

 

On the way back from the Mari Ermi beach, Sardinia, last summer.

 

Original shot taken wth a Pouva Start on Fujichrome Velvia film, 100 asa, 6x6 format, almost no post processing just scanned.

Raffaella during the workshop in Salvitelle.

 

Original shot taken with a Pouva Start camera, 6x6 format on Fujichrome Velvia 100 asa film, almost no post processing, just scanned.

 

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Scatto su diapositiva 35mm con una vecchia fotocamera francese in bachelite, una Lumiere, che utilizzava pellicole simili al formato 120, dette 126, ormai fuori produzione.

 

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Cattolica, Argus C3 + Cintar 50mm + Rollei Rpx 400 tirata a 1600 ASA

exposure meter ...use the rule of 16

I use this item in a lampshade with two energy saving lamps.

One or two lamps are in use depending on the desired light.

Voigtlander Brillant S, Skopar f 3,5 75mm (1939) + Kodak Portra 400, exposure meter ..... use the rule of 16 ....

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On the Mari Ermi beach, last summer, Ettore trying to build a shelter, just one shot before helping him... :-)

 

Original shot taken wth a Pouva Start on Fujichrome Velvia film, 100 asa, 6x6 format, almost no post processing just scanned.

Bakelite cross 27cm X 21cm X 1cm

Polystyrene Jesus H 16cm

Happy New Year

and my best wishes to my contacts and all the flickr members.

 

Bakelite billiard balls on a bakelite tray.

The support for the candles is a piece of Oasis

a phenolic resin foam.

 

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3

F 5,6 1/4 sec ISO100

On the Tirrenian Sea, Marina di Carrara, Tuscany, summer 2015

 

Original shots taken with a Ilford Envoy bakelite camera, adapted to work as a "Slitcam", shooting on Kodak Tmax 100 asa black and white film, light post processing.

Splendo-visor, bakelite slide viewer, Made in Holland by P.O.C.

The classic Bakelite of The Bilora Boy and the '90 look of the DC superhero... waiting to find a Superboy Fex camera to shot this double again... :-)

 

Original shots taken with a Mamiya RB67, Mamiya Sekor 90mm lens, Arca-Swiss Polaroid Back for double shots on single film. Fujifilm FP-100c silk Instant film, almost no post processing, just scanned.

Sovietic 6x6 camera (approx 1970)

 

del mio amico Tubo Zeta

On the Tirrenian Sea, Marina di Carrara, Tuscany, summer 2015

 

Original shots taken with a Ilford Envoy bakelite camera, adapted to work as a "Slitcam", shooting on Kodak Tmax 100 asa black and white film, light post processing.

Molded by Ebena in Belgium for the Martougin chocolates.

A piece of bakelite of my childhood.

My grandmother had one always plenty of sweets.

Elvira and Rosaria in Salvitelle, April 2012, I found the frame along the road and bring it to Francesco's home to take some portraits from the workshop group.

 

Original shot taken with a Pouva Start camera, 6x6 format on Fujichrome Velvia 100 asa, almost no post processing, just scanned.

On the Tirrenian Sea, Marina di Carrara, Tuscany, summer 2015

 

Original shots taken with a Ilford Envoy bakelite camera, adapted to work as a "Slitcam", shooting on Kodak Tmax 100 asa black and white film, light post processing.

Bakelite buttons are hard to find in Europe where they

are mostly made of galalith casein, acrylic or polyester.

The big one and the two beside are a lucky flea market find.

Diameter 55 mm

Turn this bloody summer heat off please, where's the damn switch?

Along the road with the whole workshop group for some echological learning aorund the country around Salvitelle, a very nice day.

 

Original shot taken with a Pouva Start camera, 6x6 format on Ilford XP2 400 asa expired black and white film (performing an unwanted "fat roll"), almost no post processing, just scanned.

 

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At first sight I thought Lucite or another Plexiglas.

But these are real cast phenolic bakelite buttons.

The most transparent items in our bakelite collection.

Length 27 mm

Art Deco desktop calendar

 

Photo by Elena Lombardi for Officina Creativa

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