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N 2 B 24 C 0 E Jul 5, 2017 F Aug 18, 2017
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As seen on Tangier Island out in the Chesapeake Bay. The Virginia island is about 1.2 square miles of land and has a shrinking population of around 490. Each year the island loses feet of shoreline to erosion, subsidence of the soft soil it is built on, the lapping waves from the west as storms and large ship traffic take their toll and the rising levels of the bay waters. Depending on who's ongoing scientific study you believe in, the island has approximately 25-50 years of inhabitable years left. The Watermen who work the fishing boats and crab shacks around the island are a hard-working, brave bunch who in recent years been slapped with a cap on new commercial fishing licenses issued by the government most likely making them the last generation of Tangier Island's citizens who will ever call the bay water's their workplace.

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Bronica SQ-A medium format film camera with a Bronica Zenzanon 65mm F4 PS lens.
Hoya yellow-green filter on lens.
Ilford HP5+ film shot at ISO 400.
Semi-stand development using Kodak HC-110 1+100 dilution for 1 hour with 30 seconds initial agitation with swizzle stick and three turns @ 30 minute mark. Paterson 3 reel tank.
Negative scanned with Epson 4990 on holders fitted with ANR glass.

Tags:   Marsh Boat Water Tower Chesapeake Bay Tangier Island Virginia Bronica SQ-A Medium Format 120 Film Zensanon 65mm F4 PS lens Ilford HP5+ HC-110 HC-110 1+100 Semi-Stand Developed 1 hour Gregg Obst 2017

N 9 B 306 C 0 E Aug 17, 2017 F Aug 17, 2017
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A pinhole (lensless) photo looking up a walking trail that leads from the John Slyder farm up to South Confederate Ave and leads past the monument to the First Regiment Vermont Calvary on the Gettysburg Civil War Battlefield.

The inscription on the monument reads:

"First Regiment Vermont Cavalry
First Brig. Third Div. Cavalry Corps

In the Gettysburg campaign this
regiment fought Stuart’s Cavalry at
Hanover, Pa. June 3d, and at Hunterstown
July 2d; and on this field July 3, led by
Gen. Elon J. Farnsworth, who fell near this
spot, charged through the First Texas Infantry
and to the line of Law’s Brigade, receiving
the fire of five Confederate regiments and
two batteries, and losing 67 men"

About a 1.5 second exposure.

Technical details:
Zero Image 69 wood & brass pinhole (lensless) camera set to 6x9 framing.
Hoya 55mm Yellow-Green filter taped inside the camera body, behind the pinhole.
Fuji Acros 100 film shot at ISO 100.
Semi-stand development using Kodak HC-110 1+100 dilution for 1 hour with 30 seconds initial agitation with swizzle stick and three turns @ 30 minute mark. Paterson 3 reel tank.
Negative scanned with Epson 4990 on holders fitted with ANR glass.

Tags:   Gettysburg National Military Park Gettysburg Battlefield S. Confederate Ave Gettysburg Adams County Pennsylvania Pinhole Lensless Zero Image Zero Image 69 120 Film Fuji Acros 100 HC-110 HC-110 1+100 Semi-Stand Developed 1 hour Gregg Obst 2017

N 8 B 147 C 0 E Jun 10, 2012 F Aug 17, 2017
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instagram: bethmaciorowski

Tags:   35mm film redscale self portrait analog nikomat lomo

N 4 B 63 C 0 E Aug 17, 2017 F Aug 17, 2017
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Blansingen, Germany
Canon T90, Kodak Portra 400
August 2017

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N 2 B 48 C 0 E Aug 17, 2017 F Aug 17, 2017
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Blansingen, Germany
August 2017
Canon T90, Kodak Portra 400

Tags:   Canon T90 Kodak Portra 400 Blansingen Germany


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