Δείτε φωτογραφίες που έχουν βγει με το νέο Kodak Ektachrome 100

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O φωτογράφος Peter Guttman και η φωτογράφος Pei Ketron μοιράστηκαν μέσω του Instagram λογαριασμού της Kodak φωτογραφίες που έβγαλαν με το νέο Kodak Ektachrome 100.

Ο Peter έχει γράψει 8 βιβλία για τα φωτογραφικά του ταξίδια σε επτά ηπείρους και 240 χώρες.

 

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Hi folks. I'm @peterguttman and am so honored that @kodakprofessional has handed over the keys to their Instagram vehicle so I can share my passion about test driving their soon to be released Ektachrome 100, and to take you along on some of my journeys over the last couple of weeks. I'm the author of eight hardcover books that feature my photography and spotlight global adventures on all seven continents and in over 240 countries. Between assignments abroad, and with only a fortnight to shoot this new film, I quickly realized I'd have to forgo the foreign cultures and exotic landscapes that I often find myself immersed in. Instead, I followed my inner visual hunger for spectacle and vivid hues, concentrating on some colorful, yet relatively local happenings. During the days ahead, I hope to convey my excitement about capturing those fleeting moments while painting with light onto a canvas of film. Even to this day, I've found film to be my primary means of artistic expression, sidestepping digital photography and embracing grains over pixels. I hope you'll have a moment to explore my own visually encyclopedic Instagram page @peterguttman which is solely comprised of images captured on film. Here, beneath the clamor of exploding fireworks, competing screams fill the bumper car pavilion as well as the cabins sliding along snaking rails inside its century-old, 200-ton Wonder Wheel, a spinning monument to salt air-scented amusement along Brooklyn's oceanfront.

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Hey there! @peterguttman here. I'm excited to share more of my work and some surprising visions that I've been fortunate enough to encounter in the last couple of weeks. During my travels, I often attempt to seek out remote hidden corners and off the beaten track experiences, trying to steer clear of the bumper to bumper monotony. All of my eight books and much of my Instagram page have chronicled some of the most eccentric and unexpected, under-the-radar travel discoveries that I've encountered. Here, edging a glowing field, smokestacks belch tornados of whirling embers that litter both the Pennsylvania meadow and antique steam-powered grain threshers assembled there for a sawdust-fueled spark show during a summertime threshermen's reunion.

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Hey everyone, it's @peterguttman again. I hope you've been enjoying some of Ektachrome 100's beautifully rendered hues. I've become particularly fond of shooting during the extreme margins of daylight, when I can best juggle the subtle tensions between natural and artificial light. While on assignments, I pay keen attention to those possible scenes that can be most enhanced during "blue light". Even during dreary weather, astute observation of the sky as dusk nears will reveal that the grays of daytime's inclement weather never transform directly to the black tones of nighttime without first turning into a blueish tone. That short period is the exact time to pounce on an image, and watch with amazement through your viewfinder as you can create a magical scene even amidst a dismal day. Here, windshields and hoods are splashed with dusk's neon reflections amongst hot rods that choke their parking lot on cruise nights at the Sycamore Drive-In, famed for dispensing curb service along with juicy burgers since 1948.

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Hi there. It's @peterguttman once again. One of the magical benefits of developing a passion for photography is that your camera and its viewfinder urge you to become more attentive to the wonders of the world around us. So it's only natural that beginning photographers are often drawn to the sunsets we're lucky enough to experience. Sadly, they put their camera away just as soon as the sun disappears. However many of the most lovely lighting conditions only begin to appear after the sun leaves the scene. The more the sky is littered with scattered high altitude clouds, the grander the effect, as these ethereal tufts of water vapor still receive reflections of sunlight long after the sun itself vanishes from ground level visibility. Frederic Church, one of America's most celebrated 19th Century landscape painters took full advantage of this moment in his paintings. Ektachrome 100 seems to ably take full advantage of this lighting situation as well. If you've been checking out some of my Ektachrome 100 visions during the last few days, you've been exposed to crimson fireworks, glowing spark embers and flame-covered hot rods. I thought I might cool things off a bit with some water and a trip to the shore--the storied Down East coastline. Here, cotton candy-hued skies are reflected in Rockland, Maine's calm harbor, speckled with ferries, yachts, yawls and mighty windjammers, such as the red-striped Victory Chimes, America's largest schooner readying its sailors for a wind blown journey across Penobscot Bay.

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Hey there film lovers. It's @peterguttman again. As I've travelled on assignment through the years, one of my favorite atmospheric shooting conditions has always been morning fog banks with the orange colored sun straining to break through. As blessed as I feel to have witnessed so many global wonders as a photographer, the one drawback has always been the grueling wake up times required to capture dawn's beautiful lighting conditions. Fog most often occurs in the morning when the chillier nighttime air is cooled to the dew point, forming condensation of fog droplets, and will disappear as the day soon warms and these droplets evaporate. So you might imagine my delight to learn of a rather unique feature in a newly opened riverfront park in Brooklyn, only a subway ride away from my home. Without having to use an alarm clock, I travelled with an Ektachrome 100-loaded Nikon camera in the late afternoon to Domino Park, named after the giant sugar refinery recently torn down at that site. There at the aptly named Mist Bridge, an overwater promenade will every five minutes faithfully explode with clouds of moisture and envelop unsuspecting visitors to the park, a welcome relief in the heat of a ninety degree afternoon. Here, beneath the century-old Williamsburg Bridge, surprised neighborhood residents bask in the coolness of a temporary fog on a sultry afternoon as the setting sun slides over the East River and prepares to descend beyond the buildings of lower Manhattan.

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Hey it's @peterguttman. Thanks so much for your very kind and enthusiastic comments about my work with Ektachrome 100, a lovely, brand new canvas that beckons me to create visions with the aid of constantly inquisitive eyes that travel the globe in search of our planet's diverse beauty. With an early background in painting, I'm particularly sensitive about the concept of a canvas, so despite the infinite advances in the technology and resolution of digital cameras, I'm absolutely convinced that as I paint with light onto a canvas of film, there is an ineffable quality of atmosphere, saturated richness and sculptural depth engraved across the blended grains of film that can never quite be captured in mathematically discreet pixels. You might imagine how rewarding it feels for me to know that every one of the hundreds of images found on my Instagram page was captured on film. While journeying across the hemispheres, I've learned that worthwhile discoveries are not just a function of where you're located, but also profoundly influenced by precisely when you arrive on the scene. So I've always been intensely conscious of the miraculous transformations that occur during the four distinct seasons we experience as we make a full revolution around the sun. In my own region, I'll be awaiting a shoot amongst autumn's splendid ritual of harvesting cranberries deep in the bogs of the pine barrens. In the meantime, late summer afforded me a visit to the golden explosion of blooming color in the fertile fields of Sussex County. Here, amidst rolling meadows of awakening sunflowers, both honeybees and an appreciative visitor examine the huge eyeball-like florets that center helianthus annuus, harvested for seeds and all facing east while tracking the sun's path.

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Good day everybody! @peterguttman once again. For now, today will be my last day here broadcasting my joy working with the new Ektachrome 100. I hope I've brought a bit of visual inspiration for the wonders of film. I want to express my deep gratitude to @kodakprofessional for this wonderful opportunity to share my work and to @duggalnyc for their top notch processing and scanning of this brand new film. Also a kind shout out to @your.art.gallery where I am their Featured Artist and which sells my signed work to those looking for some travel inspiration. During my journeys as a travel photographer, I've attempted to capture the unique cultures and diverse tapestry of civilizations scattered all across the globe. From headhunting Asmat tribes leading war flotillas within the moist rainforests of New Guinea, to nomadic Touareg herding camels across the dunes of a windblown Sahara, I've tried to document the shared humanity that emerges from uniquely divergent and often exotic lifestyles. Even in our own proverbial backyard, there are distinct societies leading a fascinating existence that can sometimes help bring some perspective to our modern age lifestyles. Here, in an Allegheny grove, suspenders and straw hats attend to their chores around a steam-powered hay baler, compressing raked crops into compact bales which will provide fast food nutrition for Amish livestock.

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Η Pei Ketron είναι φωτογράφος, εκπαιδευτής.

 

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The lush summertime greens of Alaska are perfect for Ektachrome 100. 📷 by @pketron #ektachrome100 #ektachromebetatest

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