Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Lovely Frangipani Flowers

Plumeria, common name Frangipani, is a genus of flowering plants in the dogbane family, Apocynaceae. It contains primarily deciduous shrubs and small trees.

Frangipani is native to Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and South America as far south as Brazil but can be grown in tropical and sub-tropical regions.

Frangipani flower by miss maomao

Park flower VII by Sean Lowcay (sealow08)

FX|318 by Aprilman

Flaming Red - Frangipani by khai_nomore

1101H-105 by boochap

Frangipani by chrisharyono

ลมหายใจ by 27147 pt.II

01170 - memoriam by ~maxi

The Leelawadee by baby-tooth

Frangipani Dream by dreamscapesxx

Frangipani a.k.a. Plumeria by sftrajan

Plumeria by |daniel|

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Zach McCaffree - Me and my film cameras

Los Angeles-based photographer Zach McCaffree who joined with us in few film photography projects before now coming back in another project called Me and my film cameras to share some interesting analogue photos that he shot with his film cameras.

See more of his work at:

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Lovely Portrait Film Photography by Noémie

Noémie, also known as januarychild, is a 20-year-old French photographer who is living in Gothenburg, Sweden. She first got into photography when she was 15 with a digital camera, and started shooting film around 4 years later when “it was broken down, and I bought a Canon AE-1 in a flea market.”

“I discovered a whole new way to capture things as I really see them, and it's what I like the most about film photography: for me it is a much more accurate reflection of everyday reality than digital. I like to try to capture everyday moments which can seem ordinary but which will be very precious and beautiful memories later on. I grew up in the countryside and thus I feel very close to nature which has a central place in my world.”

See more of her work at:

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Waiting for a Bus

One of the most seen street scenes is 'waiting for a bus'...

Umbrella in the snow by The Hamster Factor

Bus station, Cavtat by clipper_fire27

Bearwood Bus Stop 11 by Bikeygeek2010

Bus Queue by Timm Ranson

Vintage! by BOD Images

Untitled by bleekism

305/365 by j. forest

"yes, he's ditching me!" by terrosa

Bus stop, Kunsthaus Zurich by

Waiting for a bus by Kristian Pletten

Vietnamese Bus Station 4 by Jamie Mellor

Don't Ignore Me! by PJ Resnick

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Jenő Németh - 5 things I love about Film

Jenő Németh is a Hungary-based photographer who is living in a little town nearby Vienna. He has been shooting on film mostly, especially with 120mm black and white films.

Jenő was featured on our website last month. He has many reasons to love shooting film and here are 5 main things he wants to share with us.

1. The amazing B&W tonality. Maybe there is someone who is able to digitize the tones of black and white film, I could not. But I was experimenting a lot...

2. The fact that the picture is not immediately visible after shooting gives a huge portion of extra excitement, which excitement culminates, when I pull out the developed negatives from the spool of the developing tank. Can not get bored of it!

3. The film slows me down, sometimes I get almost meditative mood when I'm taking pictures. I must think before shooting. This is very different from shooting digital.

4. There is no automatic. The full control is mine, nothing stands between me and the pictures. This also means of course that if something has gone wrong, it is my fault.

5. The whole developing process. It's a little rite, I love the smell, the sound, the familiar gestures in the dark.

See more of his work at his photostream on Flickr.

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