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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.


Outtake from the “Screams” series.

© Michelle Alexis Newman


The Ghetto Stereo Project

I just put together a gallery of animated stereoscopic images I shot at Phoot Camp earlier in the year.  You can view the rest of them here: Ghetto Stereo Gallery

I used two disposable cameras, taped together and manually triggered at the same time to create my own “Ghetto” stereo camera.  I read about doing it here on Photojojo.

This is one of my favourite shots from the set.  It’s Daniel S. Lee, being awarded with the cow skull we had on the front of the LARV on our road trip.

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The playa is the best place for jump photos. See the rest of my photos from Burning Man here

Black Rock City, NV - August 2011

©Lauren Randolph


Jessi and Sean, the cutest couple around. 


Julia Galdo & Cody Cloud of JUCO

Eagle Rock, CA - July 2011

©Lauren Randolph


Eli. July 28, 2011. Cambridge, MA.

[ROLL 137]

[Leica M7. Summilux-M 35. Tri-X.]


Oregon coast. 


The Wrong Words, Photographed at Permanent Records in Eagle Rock. I had the great fortune to meet these guys right after their in store show. It was a great time, beer on tap and lots of people. However, my reason for going was not to shoot these guy but rather to shoot Permanent Records owners, Liz Tooley and Lance Barresi for the Chicago Reader. check out the article here

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