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Ini barang yang kaya spele, tapi banyak orang gelap mata 🤣🤣🤣,.. Yup " CURANREK "
sekarang kali ga mau ketuker,.. Yg beginian juga bisa pake decal atau karakter,.. Order di @raheutmanah.inc aja,.. Pilih gambar atau photo sesuka km,.. 😂 📷 📱: @nagen_coffee
Bw colour pict

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Do you ever forget your sd card in your camera for a longer period of time and then get surprised that there is some decent photos on it haha I just did 😂📷


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Coolio LV
@coolio shot with #mamiyarz67 #fujifilm


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I don't know about you but here we really need so freshneeeeess !!"Coeur de Vague" Des eaux et des cieux collection ©Laurence Gallien- all rights reserved.---- Discover more on my website : laurencegallien.com
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Hängmattan


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Yes to self taught film photographer (Asian) women. Nancy is so inspiring! @17.21women is one of my favorite follows on Instagram

Repost: "From the 17.21 archives April 5, 2017 (with additional photos and research)
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Nancy Sheung 常惠珍 (1914–1979), one of three accomplished and rare professional female Hong Kong photographers of the 60s–70s/she didn't pick up a (Rolleiflex) camera until she was in her 40s and had children/briefly apprenticed with photographer Michael Leung to learn basics, but for the most part, was self-taught with no formal training/one of the world’s top 10 photographers of monochrome prints from 1967–1972/passed away in her darkroom in 1979

Although photography was not yet an established art form for women in 60s-era Hong Kong, Nancy, always the pioneer, was experimenting in the darkroom with techniques such as masking, cross processing, and ure screening to manipulate and enhance her images. Over the course of her 20-year career, Nancy showed in hundreds of exhibitions and competitions, winning numerous prizes. Several of her photos were accepted at the British Royal Photographic Society. True to her independent spirit, as a teenager, Nancy worked in an opium den preparing pipes in order to pay for high school during a time when girls were discouraged (even forbidden) from attending. She rode a horse to school every day and carried a gun for protection"

The Pigtail, 1966


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