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    Here are a few, all fashion, all top names, but all film (as far as I know):

    http://jedroot.com/photogr/du/uchitel-fashion.php
    http://jedroot.com/photogr/kb/bolofo-wfashion.php
    http://www.mfilomeno.com/peterlindbergh/lindbergh.html
    http://www.art-dept.com/artists/afanador/index.html
    http://www.richardphibbs.com/main.html
    http://www.stocklandmartel.com/main.aspx (click on Kwaku Alston or better yet Nadav Kander)
    http://www.artandcommerce.com/AAC/C....ent&XX=Artists (click on McDean, Leibovitz, Unwerth, etc)

    If that's not enough to get your scooter going about the most inspirational film imagery I've seen recently is any movie shot by Christopher Doyle (2046, In the Mood for Love, Chungking Express, Hero, Rabbit Proof Fence...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by smileyguy
    ... Just looking for inspiring images from film photogs.

    Any takers?
    The galleries in APUG are a start, but you have to be a subscriber to view more than thumbnails, so ...

    However, I don't think you need to subscribe to look at the APUG featured photographer (I could be wrong), and once you get to that page, there is a link to look at all the past features.

    Then, scan through the forums that interest you, and you will notice that a lot of members have links to their websites below their signatures.

    I'll give you a start with a member who is a friend:

    http://www.scootermagruder.com/

    Cheers,

    David
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    Thanks for all the great links and the inspiration, folks! That was exactly what I needed. And you're right, it doesn't need to be all pro photogs. In addition to this thread I picked up some books and mags at the library. One of the mags was the recent popular photography with winners from the international photo contest in it. Many, many great photographs shot on film! Very inspirational especially in a mag that is so heavy on the digital content.

    Now I have to go and shoot!!
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    One more photog who uses film (P67, Wista, and Rollieflex) and who's work I love is Nana Sousa Diaz. He has a website, but it's still under construction so one is redirected to his extensive gallery at photo.net. He's also been featured in B&W magazine.
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