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The End by Sepideh Q.

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30.03.2012 at 20:59h
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A Day In Film Museum of Iran (Tehran, Bagh-Ferdos)

In remembrance of our digital cameras' ancestors :-)


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BRYAN CRUTE, 30.03.2012 at 22:59h

Excellent details to these old worldie cameras


s. sabine krause, 31.03.2012 at 9:58h

a relic of a time, when taking pictures was an act and celebration of slowness, careful preparation and a whole lot of patience on the part of the motif ; )) love how you managed to make the dinosaur in its vitrine look highly symbolic: a sinking ship in the bubbling waters of an ocean. maybe ; )) digital times: rise or downfall of photography?!? ; ) hugs, sabine.

Alfred Schultz, 31.03.2012 at 11:54h

Salam Sepideh,
As Sabine already said, photographs and cameras were at that time really something special.
Your picture of the "Graphex" is therefore quite extraordinary.
Regards - Alfred

Vera M. Shulga, 31.03.2012 at 15:12h

Very nice doc image for the history of film.
regards, Vera

Nader Pakbaz, 31.03.2012 at 17:20h

Well past...

Claudio Micheli, 31.03.2012 at 17:30h

Veramente molto bella.

MIROSLAV JOVANOVIKJ, 31.03.2012 at 19:17h

Nice idea, Sepideh!
Equipment with long history,
Regards, Miroslav

Adele Oliver, 31.03.2012 at 22:09h

One of probably many beautiful old cameras ... your image takes one back in time when every shot had to be perfect and special ... and it was expensive to just snap shots :-))) Well done, great details, good light !!!
best wishes for a relaxing Sunday !!!

Majid mehraban, 1.04.2012 at 9:56h

There is no ending in life, every ending is the beginning for new one
Nice shot

Sally Dunn, 6.04.2012 at 10:51h

Gosh doesn't technology move on swiftly. I think photography was more of an art in those days because it was so much harder to achieve a great picture!
Lovely picture Sepideh.

Reza Partiya, 21.05.2012 at 7:35h

Great shot dear Sepideh...

Ingrid H, 24.05.2012 at 9:16h

oh, I saw this pic only now... great captured.. it seems the camera is under water.......and much more mysterious!!!?! bye, ingrid h

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  • NIKON D5000
  • AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G
  • 20.0 mm
  • f4
  • 1/60
  • ISO 800
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