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The Sensuality of Jane (35mm film)

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dangermouse72
Mar. 10th, 2013 08:52 am (UTC)
I like these. Are you the model of the photographer (or both)?
moxxyie
Mar. 10th, 2013 10:32 am (UTC)
Thank you, kindly. :)
I'm the photographer and the model is a friend of mine.
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moxxyie
Mar. 17th, 2013 06:20 am (UTC)
She really does. Great personality that shines through.
last_glow
Mar. 14th, 2013 07:30 am (UTC)
I love the photos you post. They always seem to be taken with such a loving spirit. I especially like how the light and shadow enhances Jane's curvature. I see these are 35mm, but is there a certain camera you prefer? Lately, I have been getting more into film. I like the imperfect, mysterious quality of film photography.
moxxyie
Mar. 17th, 2013 06:34 am (UTC)
Thank you, Lisa. I always think of photography not as the photographer capturing the subject, but the other way around. I'd like the image produced to have the imprint of their essence I usually like my subjects to dictate the shots as they go along...I'm just tagging along for the ride.

And yes, film photography is a beautiful, beautiful craft. There is always a nostalgic and ethereal quality to them. It deeply saddens me to see it following the path of the dodo. My father used to have his own makeshift darkroom and I miss the smell of developing chemicals and him painstakingly processing his rolls. We'd have a house decorated with BW photographs.

I used a refurbished Nikon N65 that is no longer functioning anymore. I also still have a few film Nikons that belonged to my father in the closet. My favorite was a vintage film camera I purchased off Ebay a couple of years ago, the Canon Canonet Rangefinder which I still own, but the batteries are no longer produced in the U.S. (and barely anywhere else). I'll post some shots I took with it on here sometime.
moxxyie
Mar. 17th, 2013 06:36 am (UTC)
Some of my images were also taken with a Nikon DSLR and I used a few interchangeable lens I had from my father's old 35mm film Nikon cameras.
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