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This image was photographed using the TtV technique and is part of my TtV: Through the Viewfinder Series

Photographed using a vintage Argoflex Seventy-five and a Canon.

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Australian Fine Art Photographer, Dip of Fine Arts (Photography), whose work is inspired by a love of nature and the abstract.
My photographs concentrate on the light, lines, colour, shape and form found in nature…… from bushland to beaches, even my own backyard.
I hope to surprise and intrigue the viewer with my work and explore the notion that beauty exists everywhere…in the right light!

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© Kitsmumma/Sylvia Baxter 2014. All rights reserved.

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  • Sensiworld
    Sensiworldover 6 years ago

    Beautiful work !

  • Thanks Sylvia, always appreciate your comments.

    – Kitsmumma

  • Jules Campbell
    Jules Campbellover 6 years ago

    Golly geewiz and wow no WOW WOW WOW I just LoVe this!!! TtV Princess!!!!

  • hehehe, thanks so much Jules, I mean, TtV Queen. Nothing much left around here but weeds!!

    – Kitsmumma

  • marcusjohn
    marcusjohnover 6 years ago

    Awesome light, awesome image.. More than the princess of TtV – you are the queen of diversity..Beautiful work Sylvia..

  • That is such a wonderful compliment Marcus, thank you, truly humbled by your comment. The light was late afternoon sun on a gorgeous clear winters day.

    – Kitsmumma

  • flower68
    flower68over 6 years ago

    I just love what you do with that thing!

  • hehe, thanks so much flower, it’s very cumbersome and takes a lot of coordination and patience (no candid shots with this method) and I can’t always get what I want but I love it.

    – Kitsmumma

  • purelydecorative
    purelydecorativeover 6 years ago

    You’re not kidding about the patience and coordination thing- I had a go at ttv recently with an old polaroid camera (the only camera I had with the right viewfinder) and it’s seriously tricky to get right! I’m even more impressed with yours now I know how hard it is- this one is one of my favourite subjects too.

  • Would love to see what you did with the Polaroid Rebecca! The thing that makes it especially tricky with a TLR is that everything is in reverse but normal through the top camera, ie, move right with the bottom camera and it views as left, etc, and I have to flip any images containing text so that it reads the right way. Takes much coordination. The other thing is trying to block out light and reflection between the two cameras. I have made a tunnel thingy out of a plastic container, seems to work…….. most of the time.

    – Kitsmumma

  • Andrew Brown
    Andrew Brownover 6 years ago

    Love the feeling of reaching up and out. Another great example of your talent and skills Sylvia.

  • Judi FitzPatrick
    Judi FitzPatrickover 6 years ago

    Great TTV, love the color of the sky, the brown of the stems, and the overall “dirty” feel to it. Got my hands on a reflex camera and hope to get into it soon. Keep up the great work.

  • Christian Hartung
    Christian Hartungover 6 years ago

    great shot, well i really like the technique you have used, well done

  • RobertCharles
    RobertCharlesalmost 6 years ago

    i love the way these photos come out.

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