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Walking around in Marrakech, saw this closed shop that Im assuming was a camera / film shop.

TAGS: [Morocco]

June 15, 2012 | 12 comments
Abstract Morocco

EXIF: Aperture: ƒ/2.8 | Exposure bias: -4/6EV | Focal length: 35mm | ISO: 1000 | Shutter speed: 1/125s |



12 comments

  • rian on 15.06.2012 @ 11:14

    it gives me that impression of the waning days of film.. nice catch!

  • CrashRyan on 15.06.2012 @ 12:25

    aaaah ... memories of walking into a camera shop and the scent of new film wafting in the air ....

  • Frida on 15.06.2012 @ 13:34

    Oh well seen and captured.

  • yz on 16.06.2012 @ 16:37

    kodak? what? :)

  • Lisa on 16.06.2012 @ 21:38

    So sad... I still have my film camera, however I gave up on finding film. The old camera is in the drawer with my Kodak One Step... LOL

    http://www.classicmemories.com/dvd-slideshows.html

  • omar on 17.06.2012 @ 10:39

    good old analog times, remembering still!

  • robin on 18.06.2012 @ 03:41

    good photo!

  • joshi daniel on 18.06.2012 @ 07:27

    memories... cool to see it :)

  • Kevin on 18.06.2012 @ 08:19

    I really like the depth of this photo. There's some definite history here. Scratches and scrapes, sun-bleached wood, graffiti, and replacement panels in the door itself (probably from a break-in in the past?). Great work!

  • george on 18.06.2012 @ 10:17

    Nostalgia aside...I love how this shot is framed and the unforgettable splash of Kodak yellow.

  • Oscar on 19.06.2012 @ 12:04

    Kodak :) Great textures

  • SD (Aspherical) on 19.06.2012 @ 20:09

    Old Kodak signs are my favorite. I like how you gave this so much context and how the wooden doors and the rest of the building provide a nice counterpoint. Also, despite all indications to the contrary, film is still quite alive.