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5 hours ago, Ernest said:

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M-A APO 50 ADOX Color Implosion

Oh no! Pull that thing and it might turn out to be something like the elevator doors scene in The Shining!

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6 hours ago, Xícara de Café said:

Law offices in Pirenópolis. IIIf, Summicron 5cm 1:2 collapsible, Ilford Pan 100 @ 80, PMK 1:2:100 24°C 8'30".

wonderful rendering. It's terrific how you were able to work the shadow in the door to reveal just enough of the inside, for detail and mystery.

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