Friday, December 6, 2013

"Frocks on Film" by Anna Paramita

Frocks on Film is a film photography project by Australia based photographer Anna Paramita, which was end in last October. Basically, she has been posting a film photograph of a dress daily, throughout the month. The main purpose of this creative project is to be a part of "Frocktober", which raises funds for Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation in Australia: https://frocktober.everydayhero.com/au/annalikesfrocks
"I had a lot of fun participating in Frocktober in 2011, I thought I'd do it again in 2013! I'm doing things a little differently this year. While I'm still going to wear a frock every day of the month, in addition, I will also be showcasing my frocks by combining it with my love of analogue photography," says Anna.















See more of Anna's work on her blog and her Flickr photostream.

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  2. Wonderful! Some of the shots are classic!

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  3. The last photo is just so lovely!!!

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  4. all of the was expired!!!

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  5. Subject is good, but picture quality is grainy. Looks like taken in a celphone

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  6. YES! Also don't forget the price of the cameras + computers + hard drives, etc for digital. I've switched back to film because I'd rather pay per image. Buying a new $3000 camera body and a new $3000 computer every 3 years has driven me CRAZY. Not to mention all the time I spend in front of the computer now.

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  8. Mom & I adore Angelina.
    Absolute diva!!

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  9. Mother & I adore Angelina!
    Absolute dive.

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  10. "The reason for their success lies in the Contax 645 medium format film camera with Carl Zeiss 80mm f2.0 lens"

    Camera doesn't make the photographer. That's not their reason for their success.

    Other wise this comparison you did of film versus digital is good work.

    Film is not greater then Digital. Both has pros and cons. They are preferences.

    Good job.

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  11. I completely disagree Andrew, I have searched high and low for more afforable processing labs, and the money we wasted on other photo labs with lackluster results versus the amazing images we got from RPL in LA was well worth every nickel we spend on processing.

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  12. Can someone compare Richard Photo Lab to Dalmatian Black and White Lab for black and white work?

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  13. Simplemente hermosas las fortografias y su familia.

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