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Here’s the final color image from my trip to Vermont in October. This image was made somewhere in Vermont on Velvia 50 with a Hasselblad 501CM. Film developing by The Icon. @iconla @gitzoinspires @reallyrightstuff @manfrottoimaginemore @hasselblad_official @fujifilm_profilm #vermont #fallcolor #landscapephotography #ishootfujifilm #believeinfilm #mikebodenphoto

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Vermont

Don’t forget to turn around! At least that’s what I tell myself when I’m photographing. This particular image was in the exact opposite direction as yesterday’s image, and I find it surprisingly different. Yet like the other, this image was made somewhere in Vermont on Velvia 50 with a Hasselblad 501CM. Film developing by The Icon. @iconla @gitzoinspires @reallyrightstuff @manfrottoimaginemore @hasselblad_official @fujifilm_profilm #vermont #fallcolor #landscapephotography #ishootfujifilm #believeinfilm #mikebodenphoto

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Vermont

There is a lot of water in Vermont. It’s everywhere! Down the road. Across the way. Over there. And right here with this babbling brook that caught my eye. This image was made somewhere in Vermont on Velvia 50 with a Hasselblad 501CM. Film developing by The Icon. @iconla @gitzoinspires @reallyrightstuff @manfrottoimaginemore @hasselblad_official @fujifilm_profilm #vermont #fallcolor #landscapephotography #ishootfujifilm #believeinfilm #mikebodenphoto

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Vermont

There’s something about dirt roads that I just love. They call to me, and I feel compelled to drive and explore where they take me. Sometimes, I have no idea where I’m headed, but that’s part of the fun. To get lost and find the unknown. This image was shot somewhere in Vermont on Velvia 50 with a Hasselblad 501CM. Film developing by The Icon. @iconla @gitzoinspires @reallyrightstuff @manfrottoimaginemore @hasselblad_official @fujifilm_profilm #vermont #fallcolor #landscapephotography #ishootfujifilm #believeinfilm #mikebodenphoto

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Vermont

Containing the chaos somewhere in Vermont. This image was shot on Velvia 50 with a Hasselblad 501CM. Film developed by The Icon. @iconla @gitzoinspires @reallyrightstuff @manfrottoimaginemore @hasselblad_official @fujifilm_profilm #vermont #fallcolor #landscapephotography #ishootfujifilm #believeinfilm #mikebodenphoto

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Vermont

Last month, I spent a week in Vermont. This wasn’t a trip dedicated to photography, so my time spent making images was minimal. But I brought my Hasselblad camera and managed to find some time to explore. This image was shot on Velvia 50 somewhere in Vermont. Film developed by the one and only, The Icon. @iconla @gitzoinspires @reallyrightstuff @manfrottoimaginemore @hasselblad_official @fujifilm_profilm #vermont #fallcolor #landscapephotography #ishootfujifilm #believeinfilm #mikebodenphoto

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Salton Sea

Although I’ve been able to make some appealing images with my Zone VI 8×10 view camera, there were a couple shortcomings that began to bother me after about a year of use. First, because it’s made of wood, I always felt that it was a bit imprecise, and this goes against my nature. Next, since my 4×5 camera was made by Toyo, I couldn’t easily share lenses between the cameras unless I swapped out lensboards. Therefore, when a Toyo 810M view camera came up for sale, I jumped at the opportunity and purchased it.
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Interestingly, I purchased this camera from Chris Jordan, an artist and photographer who is well known for several projects: “Midway”, “Intolerable Beauty”, and “In Katrina’s Wake”. I highly recommend you check out his work at www.chrisjordan.com
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For this particular image, it was made at the Salton Sea in 2007 with a Toyo 810M view camera on Fuji Provia. Who says you can’t shoot directly into the sun, especially on transparency film?