Populuxe's Swinging Space-Age Bachelor Pad & Mobile Photography Roundup

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Welcome to my swinging space-age bachelor pad. Wood paneling, shag carpets and Martin Denny on the hi-fi. Mix yourself a cocktail from the bar, sit back in an Eames lounge chair, and hopefully enjoy a few photos.

First up are some photos I took on a rainy Sunday afternoon near Mount Si in Washington. All are on classic Hipstamatic as I was too far out of range of cell phone reception for Hipstamatic X. I had "shake to randomize" on, which always makes for some fun combinations.


Nakazakicho: Kuma Lens, Hiragana Film


Susie Lens, Delaunay 1941 Film


Hekla Lens, BlacKeys Supergrain Film


Elijah Lens, Pearl Film


Hugo Lens, Arjan BW Film


Vicuña CL Lens, Cano Cafenol Film


Tachman Lens, Cinematheque Film


Jane Lens, Panaji Film


Buzz Mk1 Lens, Dixie Film


Bettie XL Lens, Otto Film


Müller Lens, Uchitel 20 film


Tejas Lens, Wanli UFO film


Emma Lens, Panaji Film


Lumière lens, BlacKeys 1942 film
Kent - this is a wonderful piece of work, you need to add your Everyday Susie shots to this portfolio. It would make a stunning coffee table edition. I can just see a large format, art paper volume, just waiting to be admired. Lets see more!
 

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It didn't even occur to me to try that. I had to lose the border to do that, but that's not such a bad thing.
I was going to choose the landscape version as I thought it highlighted those fab streaks of light… but this is my favorite! And I prefer it sans border. :inlove:
 

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I'd go portrait, hands down, as the more vertical format gives the diagonal perspective lines room to breathe. Theres definitely a more pronounced 'zoom' effect as the eye travels into the photo. The landscape version is good, but truncates the effect too much for me and loses the depth of field in the shot. Beautiful work btw
Hmmmmm… so interesting to see things from someone else’s eyes. My eyes “jumped” to the landscape version, but now I see the portrait version differently.

I think it kinda comes down to the fact it’s a great shot and all the versions have unique merit. :)
 
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