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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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30 posts tagged marfa

lomokev:

carmen’s cafe by lomokev

This was shot at Phoot Camp 2011. Follow the Phoot Camp blog on Tumblr to see the other attendees work this was shot on the new lomo LC-Wide, read my full review of the new Lomo LC-W.

lomokev:

low down RV park sign by lomokev

This was shot at Phoot Camp 2011.

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This was shot on the new Lomo LC-Wide, read my full review of the new Lomo LC-W.

danielseunglee:

Caesy Oney of Draught Dry Goods and his mean farmers tan.

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danielseunglee:

Robert Josiah Bingaman, Texas

Please do yourself a favor and check out Robert’s paintings. His use of color is amazing.

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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

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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.

danielseunglee:

Dan Busta

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Joel Barhamand

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Marfa National Bank by Mark Lobo . on Flickr.

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If I understood the sign on this building correctly, this bank was established in 1907 and used until 1931, before moving. I’m not to sure what the building is being used for now, but I love the look of it. Shot walking around Marfa, Texas.

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untitled by codywbratt on Flickr.

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From Animalia Obscura take at Phoot Camp

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