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“ Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow." – Imogen Cunningham
Photographic artist now based in the southwest of Western Australia.
‘I love art and to photograph…a very pedestrian cliche I know but it is forever on my mind, it consumes me’
Arhhhhhh thanks Faith:)
– Jules Campbell
This works really well Jules, give it a very Pop Art flavour, nice work.
Hey ttv Princess! Yes I think I might do a few more of these as I end up with so many variations it seems a shame to just delete them..and sometimes I just can’t remember what I did to it so it’s a never to be repeated process. A huge thank-you for feature on TTV group too :) woohooo!!!
nice jules! what camera are you using to do your TTV? are you using anything to block out the light around the viewfinder?
Hi Ross, this has been taken with a Kodak Duaflex but I also have a Yashica 635 and a Agroflex. I sometimes use an umbrella or a car shade over the top of me to block out the light (and look like a goose) but generally no. I have seen the get-ups that are running on flickr but I don’t like the idea of having my lens at a fixed distance. I now just keep an eye on the sun and try to shoot according to the light. -It can be frustrating..how about you? Cheers for the feedback:)
I have a kodak duaflex iv & use a 90mm macro lens to shot TTV with. I setup a plastic tube lined with dark paper which blocks out most of the light but still allows you to move in and out a bit. It is a bit combersome but works okay. keep up the good work!
Man this is freaking awesome! Love the combo of colours and b&w here, so effective. I’ve only just discovered this technique, this has me so pumped to get out and try it!