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Phoot is the photography community based around Phoot Camp, an invite-only creative retreat and photography workshop.

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9 posts tagged CAMP

lucyhewett:

Returned to my childhood camp in Indiana for the first time in thirteen years and found it exactly as I had left it. I also shot film for the first time since high school and was really happy with the results. I took a lot less pictures and was much more thoughtful about each frame.

marklobo:

I shot this portrait of Daniel at the Farmer’s markets in Marfa, Texas. He’s a great young photographer and does some of his best work on film. I love this series he shot of all the photographers at Phoot Camp this year: danielseunglee.com/phootcamp2011

Follow the Phoot Camp blog on Tumblr to see everyone’s work.

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googlephonics:

EARLY MORNING, PHOOT O’CLOCK.

Butler and Clinard geeking out in this lost image from last June. As you can tell from the long shadows, you don’t get much sleep at Phoot Camp.

Phoot Camp 2011 by Lucy Hewett on Flickr.

Godbold Feed Company, Marfa, Texas on Flickr.

What made me fall in love with Marfa? It has the modest rural charm I loved in my seven years in Kansas, a world-class creative community (art/design/NPR/great food/etc), and about perfect weather. Can’t wait to visit again.

Ma’am by X-travalueMeal#2 on Flickr.

(Editor’s note: Watching my city boy friends pick up Texas manners was one of my favorite parts of Phoot Camp this year!)

NEIL BERRETT & BEAR by X-travalueMeal#2 on Flickr.

Joel Barhamand photographs Neil Berrett in Marfa, TX.

BROOKE by X-travalueMeal#2 on Flickr.

Candid shot in Marfa, TX.

Read an article in the inflight magazine about a theater camp for kids in New Hampshire, made me think about Phoot Camp and was a freshly wonderful reminder that childhood growth and fascination extends into the rest if your life if you let it.

Excerpt from an email I got from new Phoot Camper Neil Berrett today.

(Side note: Neil gets it.)

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