Paul Lavallee is a plastic film camera photographer from Rhode Island. His creative process involves experimentation in displaying everyday scenes in an imaginative light. His work has been published in magazines, displayed in galleries, and sold to art collectors.
Paul uses various plastic lens and/or antique film cameras such as Holga, Diana, Clack, and Fujipet to ply his trade. Always experimenting in rare and expired films, he often employs crossprocessing to achieve the look he desires. Paul’s maniplations are always done in camera or in film developing, but he respects artists who use digital processing.
Paul has a web site at mylatehope.com and also posts his photography to JPG Magazine . He thanks you for viewing his work and hopes you enjoy it as much as he enjoyed creating it.
Check out the latest 15×100 blog entry for a how to written by yours truly on using infrared film in a Holga camera. Let me know what you think! / blog.15×100.com / Ps. I would also like to thank the moderators of the New England group for featuring my photograph Ferris and the moderators of the Rhode Island group for featuring my photograph Providence Pinhole . Thanks alot, I am trul…
For those of you who have heard of 15×100, great. If not, we are an international photo collective which grew out of artists who met online. Today I had the privilege of selecting the 15×100 Featured Reader. Check out the submission guidelines and send something in so we may feature your work too!
I really, really, really want to thank the moderators of Amazing + Analogue for accepting another 18 images of my work. Views of my images have skyrocketed today because of the exposure this group has given me. Thanks again, and everyone check out the other great artwork of this amazing group!