mylatehope

Paul Lavallee

has been a member since Mar 2007 and goes by mylatehope.

Paul Lavallee is a toy camera photographer from Rhode Island, USA. His creative process involves experimentation in displaying everyday scenes in an imaginative light.

Paul uses various plastic lens and/or antique film cameras to ply his trade. Always experimenting in rare and expired films, he often employs crossprocessing to achieve the look he desires.

All images © Paul Lavallee 2006-2010

Find me at: http://mylatehope.com

Sustenance

14 Nov 2010321 views, 65 favorites, 39 comments
Hot! In "Photo Challenge: Sustenance"

Sold the Tractor / Bought the Farm

14 Nov 2010177 views, 25 favorites, 14 comments
Hot! In "Consumerism"

Happy Halloween!

31 Oct 2010179 views, 26 favorites, 23 comments
Hot! In "Photo Challenge: Bling*"

Abandoned

29 Oct 2010270 views, 46 favorites, 18 comments
Hot! In "Create-A-Filter"

Behind the Scenes

29 Oct 2010161 views, 14 favorites, 14 comments
Hot! In "Behind the Scenes"

Stop War

29 Oct 2010263 views, 57 favorites, 22 comments
Hot! In "My Favorite Mistake"

Self-Portrait (Grimace)

25 Oct 2010196 views, 30 favorites, 19 comments
Hot! In "Photo Challenge: Alter Ego"

Apparition

5 Oct 2010342 views, 68 favorites, 50 comments
Hot! In "Defying Physics"

Fresh Eggs Drive-In

1 Oct 2010223 views, 50 favorites, 23 comments
Hot! In "Photo Challenge: Fast Food"

Stuck Inside My Bedroom

28 Sep 2010205 views, 12 favorites, 26 comments
In "Photo Challenge: My Bedroom"

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25+ Best And Cool Smileys

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35 Mind Blowing Bike Wallpaper

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40+ Mind Blowing Friendship Wallpapers

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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?

A: Do you know?