it does not get campier than this

part of a ttv (through the viewfinder) series

TTV (Through The Viewfinder) photography is when you use an old medium format camera and a digital camera.
These old medium format twin reflex cameras have large viewfinders. Firstly you compose your image using the medium format camera (in my case i have used a mamiya c33) then you actually take the picture using a digital camera (here i use my pentax K10) of what is in the viewfinder of the old camera.


  • mhkantor
    mhkantoralmost 6 years ago

    astounding work aglaia. what a wonderful treat.

  • thanks mhk.
    tis very sunny and warm in my neck of the woods today! ;-)

    – aglaia b

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstonealmost 6 years ago

    Lovely work again ab. The figures on the side add so much extra, imho.

  • thanks so much mel.
    i think i need to get off this puter for a while, i’m starting to go cross eyed! haha. ;-) xox

    – aglaia b

  • Jules Campbell
    Jules Campbellalmost 6 years ago

    LMAO yes song camp all right but kinda cool too!! Is this you Aglaia? I love what your doing here with this series of inside-outside ttvs they add a whole new dimension. Well done!

  • yes, the brady bunch was splashed all over the box in the 70’s when i was a kid. LOL
    noooooo, that’s not me. i’m the kooky one on the avatar. hehe
    thanks so much jules, your comment means a lot to me! ;-) xox

    – aglaia b

  • Maureen Bloesch
    Maureen Bloeschalmost 6 years ago

    very interesting….:>))

  • thank you very much maureen! ;-) xox

    – aglaia b

  • Jessica Andrews
    Jessica Andrewsalmost 6 years ago


  • you’re so sweet, thanks jess! ;-) xox

    – aglaia b

  • Pip Gerard
    Pip Gerardalmost 6 years ago

    I love this series! x

  • blamo
    blamoalmost 6 years ago

    delightful ………………

  • blamo
    blamoalmost 6 years ago

    delightful ………………

  • blamo
    blamoalmost 6 years ago

    in stereovision A1…………….

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaalmost 6 years ago

    …love the concept and the way the contrasting styles marry up so well… love this!

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