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  • Atlanta Pride 2011 - Largest Pride Parade in the South!

    written by puechnerbooks on 2011-11-08 #news
    Atlanta Pride 2011 - Largest Pride Parade in the South!

    Every year, Atlanta's mid-town shuts down for an incredible 3-day party, ending on Sunday with the annual Gay Pride Parade. Here are some shots from this year's parade.

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  • B*ATL 2011: 147th Anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta

    written by puechnerbooks on 2011-08-12 #places
    B*ATL 2011: 147th Anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta

    July 22nd marks the 147th Anniversary of the historic Civil War Battle of Atlanta. To commemorate the important event, the neighborhoods in Atlanta’s 5th Council District have teamed up to organize B*ATL in the weekend of July 12th-17th. The battlefield is actually in these neighborhoods where people live and work and play today.

  • Southeastern Railway Museum

    written by puechnerbooks on 2011-08-10 #places
    Southeastern Railway Museum

    The Southeastern Railway Museum is a hidden gem for Lomographers and sits right outside Atlanta. It houses over 75 extinct trains, many of which you can walk through. You get a day's pass and can come and go as you please!

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  • Multiple Exposure or Film Advance?

    written by puechnerbooks on 2011-07-25 #gear #tutorials
    Multiple Exposure or Film Advance?

    Every now and then I get in the mood to take multiple exposures just to see what happens. But sometimes I'm after the clarity and definition that get lost a lot with these types of shots. Then again, with a little intention and framing, you can get successful multiple exposure shots!

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  • Intentional Multiple Exposures

    written by puechnerbooks on 2011-07-08 #gear #tutorials
    Intentional Multiple Exposures

    Sometimes I see multiple exposure shots and they look jumbled and crazy. And while I have some of those, I wondered what it would be like to create very intentional multiple exposures. It is possible to be as intentional with these as it is with a single shot. With analogue photography, we all know what it's like not to want to waste the shot!