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 Â© Paul Lavallee 2006-2010
Find me at: http://mylatehope.com
21 May 2010 — 7693 views
Using Kodak EIR color infrared film to recreate The Beatles trippy world.
9 Jul 2009 — 8110 views
You will be surprised how easy it is to capture dreamy infrared images with a Holga!
30 Dec 2008 — 2726 views
Nicole Gesmondi is much more than just a favorite photographer of mine.
21 Aug 2008 — 1730 views
How a photo found on the JPG website is being used for research.
12 Aug 2008 — 1547 views
I have really enjoyed being member of JPG. But, the time has come for me to move on.
31 Jul 2008 — 2167 views
These artists are the reason I keep coming back to JPG.
4 Jun 2008 — 1887 views
Casting a ballot on election day is just a part of your obligation in a democracy.
16 May 2008 — 2721 views
Two years after it closed down, I revisit an amusement park from my youth.
2 May 2008 — 1388 views
The preview site for 15 Photographs by 100 Photographers is now online.
25 Mar 2008 — 1703 views
We could conceivably wipe out half of all species within the next 100 years.
Q: My sister in-law recently gave me a Canon EOS 10D digital camera body. Having only used point and shoot cameras, what would be a good beginners lens to get for this camera? Should I get kit lens to start with?
A: Do you know?