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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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Robert Palladino 

Sandy, OR - December, 2012:

Robert taught Steve Jobs’ calligraphy class at Reed College. Jobs credited Robert with inspiring his decision to incorporate fonts into the very first Mac.

"When we were designing the first Macintosh computer, it all came back to me. And we designed it all into the Mac. It was the first computer with beautiful typography. If I had never dropped in on that single course in college, the Mac would have never had multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts. And since Windows just copied the Mac, it’s likely that no personal computer would have them." 


Kaley, 2012

Styling by Francesca Roth of My Grandma’s Closet.
Hair and Makeup by Cortney Ajamian.


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Laura Brunow Miner organiser of Phoot Camp 2011 - Marfa Texas - June 2011
by Kevin Meredith aka lomokev


Lauren, 2012



Playing with my “studio equipment” (har har). Liz Devine, take note.

Guinea Pig: Victoria.


Vasquez Rocks, 2012


Dawn, White Sands National Monument - New Mexico, 2011


Ryan Pfluger, 2011


5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Kevin Neal Meredith

In this new and on-going series we have selected some of the most enthusiastic film photography fanatics and asked them 5 simple questions that gives us an insight into their passion for all things analogue. We also get to see some of their own photographs. Today, we talk to Kevin Neal Meredith better known as Lomokev.

(via lomokev)


Outtake from the “Screams” series.

© Michelle Alexis Newman

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