Some old stuff that fits here

Discussion in 'Dark Side Gallery' started by markc, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. markc

    markc TPF Noob!

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    Some of these pics are pretty old and they aren't anything I feel like putting on my website, but some of you folks might enjoy them.

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    This is 35mm film shot in a Holga and scanned on a flatbed. I forgot to wind the film and got a double exposure. They are decorations around a neighbor's tree on Hallowe'en.

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    These were from an experiment using slow shutter speeds (1s-2s) and movement. They are MF scanned on a flatbed and the film was pretty thin, so the scan didn't turn out so great. I might have posted these ages ago, but there are a lot of new people here now.

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  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like the compo of the 1st one & the 2nd one is pretty cool/spooky in a kids Halloween kind of way. I seem to remember seeing some of the other ones...definitely fits the Dark Side.
     
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    that first one is amaizing!!! i love it! the others are really funky too! nice one markc
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    woha...... these are awesome...... and have that nice film feel to them.
    I like number one..... i'v been trying a similar thing but cant find a good enough web/spider situation..... but this one works well.

    Double exposures always look great for that ghostly feel, so im diggin that one.

    But my favs are the series of slow exposures...... particularly 1&4 for me.... they really show a darker side of him..... and love the effect of the trail.

    Great series! :thumbup:
     
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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    All are very cool and very creepy...but that first one...THAT one is REALLY freaky. Sweet. :)
     
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    hehe.. I remember those last series. :)
     
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    I really wish people would post warnings on threads that contain photos that people commonly have phobias of the subject, such as spiders.

    I jumped out of my skin when I saw that first shot and had to scroll down quickly.

    Are there any more with spiders in, I don't want to look?
     
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    Great shots but that spider :thumbup: was hands down the best.
     
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    The first one is beyond dark sides normal 'darkness', and it only got better from there. Great series!
     
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    Eiiyaa. #1 is a heebee jeebee machine! I like #2- looks like a ghostly cult. Great series!
     
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    I love #1... that is a fantastic shot. #2 is also pretty neat -- double exposures are fun :)
     
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    Thanks everyone!
     

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