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Originally posted by canadiantuxedo canadiantuxedo wrote:

I used to shoot a lot of flicks back in the day. 
William Eggleston has always been up there on my list of "Damn". 
These flicks are shot in New Mexico on a Mamiya Press with the 6x9 back. 
It was shot with the standard 90mm lens that came stock with the camera. 

Oct 2006. Las Vegas New Mexico. 

Oct 2016 flying home from Zurich. I have a love hate with that light leak... but the texture in the image always brought me back to the love side of things on this flick. 

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I love these shots can-tux (and Eggleston Wink) do you have anymore to share with us?
Ive got an old Holga medium format somewhere that vignette's and light flares like crazy but if you press the back down or tape it in different places you can control it somewhat.
Developing costs have stopped me using it though.

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I make things out of leather.
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Some photos that i took on my old Leica of steel workers in Sheffield casting by hand into sand moulds with crucibles.
Sadly this steel works was 'mothballed' many years ago.







Photos of photos so excuse the poor quality.

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Photos of photos lends timeless feel.  I especially like #3.  Reminds me of my old bronzecasting days.
My coat has nine buttons, but I always fascinate.
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Vintage Vileda??
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Looks like time for a new toothbrush.
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Well your both wrong, its my squirrel hair french-polishing mop.


Whats going to happen come the day of Brexit? all the little squirrels will have to be rounded up and deported back to America, then what are we going to do? exactly! shity polyurethane varnish, they just have'nt thought through the implications....
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That's just the grey squirrels, we'll simply bring back the indigenous red ones pushed out by those 'migrant' American greys and you can have as many brushes as you like! Have you not read Theresa May's Brexit arboreal rodent policy yet?
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For the record, those red squirrels of yours are sociopathic monsters. 
The ones I see in my backyard are generally at the base of a tree, wearing an LOL tee-shirt and screaming up at the greys and blacks cowering in the highest branches.  Even the foxes think twice about snacking on them. 
Brexit was probably just part of their master plan.  (Ever notice that your PM's left eye occasionally drifts outwards?  That's what happens when her red-squirrel operator switches on the auto-pilot and grabs a coffee.)
Watch your back and your brushes...
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