Jun 26, 2013

Empty Met

A day exploring an empty MET on black and white 35mm film (all shot with the pancake lens!). Cameos from Sharon, Gabriel, and Josh.

Ah, it had been a while since I'd last visited (also on b/w film :)).












22 comments :

  1. um absolutely totally gorgeous. (but I think you knew that already)

    beautiful, really.
    xo

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  2. I recently had a situation where numerous developers declined my b&w film. Do you develop your own film? If you don't, what type of film do you use and where do you have it developed? I've been following you and your pictures for a while now, and have appreciated your style in photography from the very beginning.

    All the best,
    Marc

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  3. These photographs are so beautiful - I love how much natural light there is in the building!

    http://cequisuit.blogspot.com

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  4. i love the pancake lens! i've been in the entrance to the met on my last visit to nyc, but sadly never made it inside due to poor planning and time constraints. these shots are great and i know now what to expect on my next visit.

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  5. Theres are gorgeous photos, Alice! I love the detail in every single one!

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  7. Heaven, pure heaven. The black and white is incredible.

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  8. Wonderful! Just stunning photographs.

    Sadly I have never had a chance to visit the MET, and this is making it even harder to deal with, as it looks amazing! x

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  9. I been following your blog for quite some time, and I just wanted to say thank you for the inspiration! Your blog is awesome; you are awesome; your photos--it goes without saying--are awesome.

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  10. I absolutely love the pictures between the Egyptian statues across the water. Great shots.

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  11. wonderful - love the line up by the water :)

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  12. these shots turned out incredibly well.. i would love to see more of your film work!
    xx

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  13. These are stunning. The black and white really accentuate the space.

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  14. These are awesome! Love the way you capture the space.

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  15. Absolutely stunning. You've got an incredible eye for details. I always get friends of mine in the UK who are interested in photography to check out your blog and instagram feed. They've all been so impressed (and literally gasped in wonder!).

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  16. Awesome set, Alice. How did you manage to shoot without the crowds?

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  17. Absolutely awesme:D Loving the photographs:)

    http://justtakeasnapshot.blogspot.hk

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  18. I absolutely love film, especially black and white film. I find that it captures details just as well as colored film does. It makes us appreciate our ability to see color.

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  19. Really beautiful shots-the black and white brings out the amazing detail!

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  20. I love the shot of the people next to the statues and how fun to have an empty Met to yourself;)

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