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A certain slant of light by Natalie Tyler

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My first attempt at a holga panorama. Could get addicted to these. You have no idea what the results will be like and that’s quite exciting.

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120, film, holga, lomography, panorama, park, snow, trees, winter

Hello and welcome to my portfolio. Pull up a chair, grab a refreshing beverage and have a nose about.

I ♥ design, illustration, typography, and strong coffee. About once a year I develop a roll of film too. Thanks for checking out my schtuff. If you like anything you see, please leave a comment! :)

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  • onetonshadow
    onetonshadowabout 4 years ago

    Absolutely lush, needs to be seen bigger.

    Who do you get to do your scanning? I bet they are freaking awesome and sexy and that.

  • I get a company called ‘Alt Tab Productions’ to do my scanning. Shocking customer service.

    – Natalie Tyler

  • Tempe
    Tempeabout 4 years ago

    hm tea party, great song.

  • That’s the one ;) Also a poem by Emily Dickinson

    – Natalie Tyler

  • Juilee  Pryor
    Juilee Pryorabout 4 years ago

    this is gorgeous Natalie… really wistful and mysterious somehow..great work

  • Tempe
    Tempeabout 4 years ago

    well thank you, enlightening . thanks for sharing.

  • jemimalovesbigted
    jemimalovesbigtedabout 4 years ago

    Excellente!!!! love it

  • nook
    nookabout 4 years ago

    pure beauty.

  • stephaniemwood
    stephaniemwoodabout 4 years ago

    Excellent! Surprises always rock.

  • Robin Webster
    Robin Websterabout 4 years ago

    Wonderful image Nat! Good surprise!!!

  • Marie Wintzer
    Marie Wintzerabout 4 years ago

    Very cool!!

  • Cathryn Swanson
    Cathryn Swansonabout 4 years ago

    Very very nice!
    So that’s what I’m doing wrong with mine…I need to get them professionally scanned?

  • I don’t know if you can call the person who did my scanning professional ;) But the scans certainly look better than the prints that came back from the lab.

    – Natalie Tyler

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