Tasma Ontobloc- floating cars;I am not a female photographer; My daughter is a photographer. Period.;Play Misty for Me; Ivan; Kazan!; Nails and Nuclear Armed Submarines;Cider and Painted Skies and The Cove;

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Tasma 64 expired 1994 Cornu Ontobloc

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  1. neufotomacher
    neufotomacher ·

    Great series of photos-I am still pondering, "Tasma Ontobloc-floating cars . . ."

  2. heliosstardeath
    heliosstardeath ·

    @neufotomacher. This site ran a marketing promotion on women In film. For me the qualia of someone's sexual organs or anything else just smacks of pc fascism. I would hope lomographers are better than that and make aesthetic decisions based on the actual photo . If i were looking at a photo, my deciding whether I like it or not has nothing to do with a persons genitalia or skin color or any sociopolitical considerations, its just the work itself that interests me. I would hope others would judge my daughters work as well on an aesthetic criteria and none other. Its just frustrating to see such instruments of discrimination used on an " art" website. Does that make sense? (However long winded it seemed)

  3. heliosstardeath
    heliosstardeath ·

    @neufotomacher I also thought of eisenstein because the tasma film was made in Kazan...

  4. neufotomacher
    neufotomacher ·

    I believe I understand what you are saying. Your picture caption is a response to what you believed, and indeed may be PC propagation. I thought it was cool you mentioned Kazan, though I don't think you were referencing the director who gave names to the House Un-American activities committee, and became a political touchstone, eventually receiving honors at an Oscar ceremony for his worthy films, though some in the audience were clearly not in agreeing with that honor-so, the question/thought was raised. Should we give honor to an artist for his work, or for doing the right thing in a tough situation.

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