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Film photography of Dancers in low light

Film photography of Dancers in low light

Film Photography of Dancers in Low Light “Dance, when you’re broken open. Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off. Dance in the middle of the fighting. Dance in your blood. Dance when you’re perfectly free.” ― Rumi © Goodrum, Mantrell. “Dancers of Why it Gotta Be Black” 2014. Canon AE1. FujiFilm ISO 200 Pushed to ISO 800. For BIG RED…

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On-Set Photography for Black & Blue

On-Set Photography for Black & Blue

  This past weekend, I had the pleasure of spending some time photographing production on the set of Black and Blue; a movie Directed by Ciara “Cc” Allen. The movie was captured by cinematographer Geoff George with help from Henry Bourne Joy IV of Stopped Motion. Set a sleepy, yet beautiful town on west coast of Michigan, Black…

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Camping with wolves.

Camping with wolves.

“A great many people, and more all the time, live their entire lives without ever once sleeping out under the stars.” – Alan S. Kesselheim When my son and I were posed with the question of whether or not we would attend the camping trip with our boy scout troupe, I was instantly in. Luckily, my…

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Detroit Abandoned

Detroit Abandoned

Detroit. Either you hate or love it. If you’re from Detroit, chances are that you have a deep feeling about the once metropolis. For yours truly, no difference. I was born in Detroit (well, technically in Highland Park ), attended Detroit public schools (O.W. Holmes, Munger School, Renaissance high school)… After some time living in…

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Why Film works for my Personal Work

Film. A foregone frontier. This is the voyages of photographer Mantrell Goodrum…  I know what you are thinking. Its true! I’m a Sci-fi guy and will be until I punch out. Seriously though, returning to film photography has been an interesting journey. Digital photography has made capturing beautiful portraits, events and products easier, but at…

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