My Ground Glass Photography

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I for­got to post about my exper­i­ment with Ground Glass Pho­tog­ra­phy. I shot these ground glass pho­tos last week. Instead of using a Kodak Duaflex, which I do own, I used an Argus Super Sev­en­ty-five. It was a lot of fun. I think I’m going to do it again this week­end.

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  1. Great pho­tos, Fir­da, though it looks like your Argus could use a good clean­ing. :) I’d real­ly like to try the ground glass thing, but none of my cam­eras have a ground glass with­out mark­ings. I’ll have to keep my eye out for a cheap TLR (or maybe fig­ure out how to build my own “ground glass” back for my Kiev 88).

  2. I don’t know about you but I think the dust is part of the charm. :)
    You should check out your local thrift stores/junkstores for cheap TLRs. You’ll nev­er know what you’re going to find. Some­times (not often) antique stores also sell them for a rea­son­able price.

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