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@ The Laguna Beach: A Monochrome Approach

@ The Laguna Beach: A Monochrome Approach

Some photos I took while traveling to the Laguna dos Patos, one of the largest in the world. Some were taken at the sand line on the Laguna beach... the dinosaurs and the diver were at the Oceanographic Museum in Rio Grande. To most of these photos I took a surreal approach, making several long exposures on very low lit environments, along with the occasional camera shake. It's nice to do this kind of experiment in monochrome tones. By the way, I just fond out that the oil on canvas effect I got on previous pics was just the DIGITAL ICE turned on on my Epson V600 scanner when it shouldn't be. So, no more fancy explanations on that issue. ^^

pitfall This photo was shot on film. Taken by pitfall with a Holga 120 N loaded with Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400 35mm film in São Lourenço do Sul, Brazil. These tags describe this photo: surreal, laguna, museum, fossil, and beach. Date: 2012-02-09. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album @ The Laguna Beach: A Monochrome Approach.

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