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Empty Lots — @adam_friedberg ⠀ "I began shooting the Empty Lot series sometime in late 2000/early 2001. At the time I was living in a part of Manhattan’s Lower East Side known as Alphabet City, which was in the beginning stages of gentrification but was still filled with derelict buildings and empty lots. My block alone was maybe 1/3 empty lots. ⠀ Back then my paid work was architecture photography and this was done almost exclusively on 4x5. I was looking for something to do for myself, something very different from shooting architecture for achitects and magazines, so I thought what is as far away as possible from being paid to shoot a building ...? ⠀ Looking at my environment it hit me: Paying to shoot not a building. ⠀ So I took out my preferred giant camera – a Sinar p 8x10 – loaded up the 400NC and went out to shoot the empty lots around me. I love 8x10, and if you’re going to shoot nothing and pay to shoot it you may as well go all the way. I rarely was able to shoot 8x10 for work, architects and magazines were well served by 4x5, and so I developed a distinct feeling the 4x5 format was ‘work’ while the 8x10 was ‘personal’. ⠀ I got a lot of comments from the people on the street, most thought I was nuts (probably they all did). The most common thing that was yelled at me was ‘there’s nothing there!’ ⠀ I showed the work to very few people at the time (there was no Instagram) and those in the business that I did show it to weren’t impressed. But I really liked it and kept going. I’ve always been interested in spaces, especially ones that didn’t have a useful, well defined function. ⠀ In the last several years I’ve really stepped up the shooting pace. 8x10 is still my preferred format and Portra 400 is the film I use. I’m still in the same area and my neighborhood has been heavily transformed. There are almost no empty lots left in all of lower Manhattan but I’m working hard to make sure I record all that are left before they’re gone.” ⠀ 📸+📝: @adam_friedberg 🎞: Kodak #Portra400NC + #Portra400, #8x10 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

Empty Lots — @adam_friedberg
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"I began shooting the Empty Lot series sometime in late 2000/early 2001. At the time I was living in a part of Manhattan’s Lower East Side known as Alphabet City, which was in the beginning stages of gentrification but was still filled with derelict buildings and empty lots. My block alone was maybe 1/3 empty lots.
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Back then my paid work was architecture photography and this was done almost exclusively on 4x5. I was looking for something to do for myself, something very different from shooting architecture for achitects and magazines, so I thought what is as far away as possible from being paid to shoot a building ...?
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Looking at my environment it hit me: Paying to shoot not a building.
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So I took out my preferred giant camera – a Sinar p 8x10 – loaded up the 400NC and went out to shoot the empty lots around me. I love 8x10, and if you’re going to shoot nothing and pay to shoot it you may as well go all the way. I rarely was able to shoot 8x10 for work, architects and magazines were well served by 4x5, and so I developed a distinct feeling the 4x5 format was ‘work’ while the 8x10 was ‘personal’.
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I got a lot of comments from the people on the street, most thought I was nuts (probably they all did). The most common thing that was yelled at me was ‘there’s nothing there!’
⠀
I showed the work to very few people at the time (there was no Instagram) and those in the business that I did show it to weren’t impressed. But I really liked it and kept going. I’ve always been interested in spaces, especially ones that didn’t have a useful, well defined function.
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In the last several years I’ve really stepped up the shooting pace. 8x10 is still my preferred format and Portra 400 is the film I use. I’m still in the same area and my neighborhood has been heavily transformed. There are almost no empty lots left in all of lower Manhattan but I’m working hard to make sure I record all that are left before they’re gone.”
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📸+📝: @adam_friedberg
🎞: Kodak #Portra400NC + #Portra400, #8x10
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-19 16:27:54

⠀ 📸: @therealcorymarr 🎞: Kodak #Ektar100 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @therealcorymarr
🎞: Kodak #Ektar100
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-19 00:44:22

⠀ 📸: @jackson.thornbury 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @jackson.thornbury
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-17 22:18:55

⠀ 📸: @kaipo81 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @kaipo81
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-16 22:09:59

⠀ 📸: @akallebru 🎞: Kodak #ColorPlus200 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @akallebru
🎞: Kodak #ColorPlus200
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-15 22:45:44

A selection of photos from “The Kodak Park Works” by @rit.photo student @justinscaleraphoto. Over the past year, Justin was granted access to Eastman Business Park - the home of Kodak film manufacturing in Rochester, NY. He documented the Park on 4x5 film which will then be donated to the @nationalparkservice to serve as official record of the Park in the @librarycongress archive. His photos will be on display at the recently renovated Gallery at @kodak_center from now until June 14th. A limited-edition book is also available exclusively at The Shop at Kodak Center, a collaboration with @uglyduckcoffee. For more details and info on tonight’s opening reception and future exhibitions organized by @kodakcameraclub_roc, go to kodak.com/go/exhibits #FilmFactoryFriday

A selection of photos from “The Kodak Park Works” by @rit.photo student @justinscaleraphoto. Over the past year, Justin was granted access to Eastman Business Park - the home of Kodak film manufacturing in Rochester, NY. He documented the Park on 4x5 film which will then be donated to the @nationalparkservice to serve as official record of the Park in the @librarycongress archive.

His photos will be on display at the recently renovated Gallery at @kodak_center from now until June 14th. A limited-edition book is also available exclusively at The Shop at Kodak Center, a collaboration with @uglyduckcoffee.

For more details and info on tonight’s opening reception and future exhibitions organized by @kodakcameraclub_roc, go to kodak.com/go/exhibits

 #FilmFactoryFriday

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2019-04-12 19:02:55

⠀ 📸: @monica_figueras 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @monica_figueras
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-11 20:25:11

⠀ 📸: @marencelest 🎞: Kodak #Portra800 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @marencelest
🎞: Kodak #Portra800
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-10 22:47:31

⠀ 📸: @annapowellteeter 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @annapowellteeter
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-09 22:44:24

The Importance of Patience. ⠀ “These are some of my favorite portraits from a month of walking the streets of Buenos Aires, a city that surprised me in more ways than one. It took me a week before I got a feel for how life happens on the street there, and how to approach people for a portrait. There was a different dynamic from what I have encountered before. A little extra step to take before getting close to someone. A few months ago in Barcelona there’d be immediate eye contact with strangers on the street, but Buenos Aires made me work for it a little harder. Eventually I was able to catch onto the pace better and it turned out that once you’re in with Buenos Aires, you’re in. After that first week I found myself at backyard barbecues, or asados, a national team lacrosse practice, meeting activists in parks, and in the garden of a wonderful dentist. How lucky are we to have a camera as an excuse to speak to all kinds of humans and to get to know a place this way. Next up for me is Tokyo, which I’m sure will be altogether different again.” ⠀ This is the second in an ongoing photo series from @wesleyverhoeve. Wesley is a Brooklyn-based photographer, co-creator of @theobservers, and curator at @icp. ⠀ 📸+📝: @wesleyverhoeve 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

The Importance of Patience.
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“These are some of my favorite portraits from a month of walking the streets of Buenos Aires, a city that surprised me in more ways than one. It took me a week before I got a feel for how life happens on the street there, and how to approach people for a portrait. There was a different dynamic from what I have encountered before. A little extra step to take before getting close to someone. A few months ago in Barcelona there’d be immediate eye contact with strangers on the street, but Buenos Aires made me work for it a little harder. Eventually I was able to catch onto the pace better and it turned out that once you’re in with Buenos Aires, you’re in. After that first week I found myself at backyard barbecues, or asados, a national team lacrosse practice, meeting activists in parks, and in the garden of a wonderful dentist. How lucky are we to have a camera as an excuse to speak to all kinds of humans and to get to know a place this way. Next up for me is Tokyo, which I’m sure will be altogether different again.”
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This is the second in an ongoing photo series from @wesleyverhoeve. Wesley is a Brooklyn-based photographer, co-creator of @theobservers, and curator at @icp.
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📸+📝: @wesleyverhoeve
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
⠀
 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-04-08 22:50:19

“Horror has always been a fascinating genre for me. Fear is one of our oldest emotions and it is something that is universally experienced. However, there are different types of horror. Some, like a haunted house or a scary movie, can actually be delightful. To give you that rush, but without the danger. Part of my goal with my latest work was to explore the more delightful side of horror - the kind that tickles your curiosity, and makes you want to peek just a little further.” ⠀ N. M. Brandreth’s PHANTASMAGORIA Presents ‘Seeing Shadows’ opens at @manacontemporary in Jersey City, NJ on April 26. ⠀ Listen to our conversation with @nickbrandreth about making emulsions, the history of photographic processes, and his art on this week’s episode of the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery (link in bio) ⠀ 🎧 #TheKodakery

“Horror has always been a fascinating genre for me. Fear is one of our oldest emotions and it is something that is universally experienced. However, there are different types of horror. Some, like a haunted house or a scary movie, can actually be delightful. To give you that rush, but without the danger. Part of my goal with my latest work was to explore the more delightful side of horror - the kind that tickles your curiosity, and makes you want to peek just a little further.”
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N. M. Brandreth’s PHANTASMAGORIA Presents ‘Seeing Shadows’ opens at @manacontemporary in Jersey City, NJ on April 26.
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Listen to our conversation with @nickbrandreth about making emulsions, the history of photographic processes, and his art on this week’s episode of the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery
(link in bio)
⠀
🎧 #TheKodakery

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2019-04-05 21:36:13

“I love the freedom creating my own photographic materials provides me. I can pick and choose what size or how I'd like things to look and preform. Coupled with the precision of the view camera, I have total control over the look and feel of my final image. The view camera is a very important tool for my work because the camera movements and lens choices can help add to the dream like quality that I'm after with my imagery.” ⠀ N. M. Brandreth’s PHANTASMAGORIA Presents ‘Seeing Shadows’ opens at @manacontemporary in Jersey City, NJ on April 26. ⠀ Listen to our conversation with @nickbrandreth on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery (link in bio) ⠀ 🎧 #TheKodakery

“I love the freedom creating my own photographic materials provides me. I can pick and choose what size or how I'd like things to look and preform. Coupled with the precision of the view camera, I have total control over the look and feel of my final image. The view camera is a very important tool for my work because the camera movements and lens choices can help add to the dream like quality that I'm after with my imagery.”
⠀
N. M. Brandreth’s PHANTASMAGORIA Presents ‘Seeing Shadows’ opens at @manacontemporary in Jersey City, NJ on April 26.
⠀
Listen to our conversation with @nickbrandreth on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery
(link in bio)
⠀
🎧 #TheKodakery

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2019-04-05 17:25:05

 

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