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Turn of Fraise
Turn of Fraise • 3 years ago

Dennis Manarchy, world-renowned photographer, has spent 10 years constructing by hand a prototype 35-foot long traditional FILM camera that produces 4.5-foot by 6-foot negatives with unbelievable visual detail. Support his Kickstarter project!

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