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Chernobyl on Kodak TMAX 100
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I shot one expired roll of black and white film during my visit to Pripyat and Chernobyl

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#8 with the mannequin is cool, did you stage that?




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Stunning photos, this place amazes me...there's literally more here than anyone could see in a whole lifetime... What precautions do you have to take?




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#8 with the mannequin is cool, did you stage that?


I did not, but I'm sure someone did that before me.


Stunning photos, this place amazes me...there's literally more here than anyone could see in a whole lifetime... What precautions do you have to take?

Thanks, I only saw a fraction of it and am keen to go back. We where in a small group and had a guide with a dosimeter, had to wear long trousers and sleeves, avoided kicking up dust and had a radiation check when exiting the exclusion zone.




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Cool!




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Love that first shot, awesome set




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really nice set- I don't think I'll ever get tired of photos from the exclusion zone ^^'




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I shot one expired roll of black and white film during my visit to Pripyat and Chernobyl



Awesome pics, but all I can think of is: You make that one in a life time travel to the EZ and all you bring is expired film?




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Awesome pics, but all I can think of is: You make that one in a life time travel to the EZ and all you bring is expired film?

ah, I had the same thought! I guess that it turned out for the best, if that is the case, at least.




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damn. 3 is my favorite.




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This is amazing stuff. Thanks for sharing!




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Awesome set! Film is a lot of fun. Did you make the prints yourself?




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Thanks everyone!

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Awesome set! Film is a lot of fun. Did you make the prints yourself?


The film was developed by a professional and only scanned. No prints yet.





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Awesome!! I really want to make it here at some point.
How was the tour? Do they let you wander around a bit or are you only allowed to go where the guide takes you?




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The film was developed by a professional and only scanned. No prints yet.




Make some prints! It might look really cool to solarize the first image of the ferris wheel.




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I can't begin to tell you how much I like these captures. Loving black
And whites, loving Chernobyl, its win, win!! 1 3 and 14 are excellent



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Wow, isn't that like the ultimate urbex site?!? Very cool pics. I like the the paint peeling off the chairs on the desks.




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God, I LOVE 11.




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These are really amazing!




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AWESOME!!




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