Sarf London Gothik

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Uploaded 5 May 2009 — 7 favorites
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© michaela Lewis
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The image was made using my homemade five pinhole Cylindrical CanCam.

11 responses

  • lisa anderson

    lisa anderson gave props (5 May 2009):

    very cool

  • ebuscariolli

    ebuscariolli gave props (6 May 2009):

    Yes it is very cool

  • Daddy Bodum

    Daddy Bodum said (7 May 2009):

    Atmospheric, and a great composition. love the use of the whole neg!

  • John Lewis

    John Lewis gave props (7 May 2009):

    beautifully atmospheric

  • monica kidney

    monica kidney said (8 May 2009):

    it was weird to say the least, it would inspire me to think a vampire would appear any time now, and maybe from the holes at the top of the pic From Monto

  • Ian Beer

    Ian Beer gave props (9 May 2009):

    moody and creepy. very cool. got my vote.

  • Adi Levy

    Adi Levy said (23 May 2009):

    Very Artistic! I bet you also used some expired negative, and used some developing technique...
    Looks like a horror movie.
    I'll stick around, I like your work.

  • Kate Boyle

    Kate Boyle said (27 May 2009):

    Very Gothic, I love the sinister edge to it (and I'm not talking about the sprocket holes..) You get my vote.

  • joanne lee

    joanne lee gave props (4 Jun 2009):

    definitely gothic. this is COOL!

  • Joseph Rotindo

    Joseph Rotindo said (2 Jul 2009):

    harkens back to a time when daguerreotypes were abundant and moody everyday reproductions of reality.

  • michaela Lewis

    michaela Lewis said (3 Jul 2009):

    Thanks to all for your kind comments!

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