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Julie VanDore

Julie Van Dore Photography

Brooklyn, NY

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I have been taking photographs for almost 25 years, and have always been moved by how the medium distills the world around us. I shot almost entirely black and white film through 2007, when I went digital. I enjoy printing using Quadtone pigments from MIS associates on my trusty Epson 1210.

In 2010, I rediscovered my love for chemical processes via some retro instant cameras, and the Impossible Project, who are reformulating instant film using Polaroid's discarded equipment.

I love to travel and have taken many images from various locales.

I have an older web site at: www.vandore.org.

I want to thank all of my friends, family members and co-workers who put up with me while I run around taking pictures, either of them or wherever we are at.

All Images Julie VanDore
All Rights Reserved

 

Eddystone Rock Misty Fjords National Monument Alaska by Julie VanDore

 

Ponies in Chincoteague by Julie VanDore

 

Maple Leaves in Seoul by Julie VanDore

 

Dogwood in Prospect Park by Julie VanDore

 

Carmel CA by Julie VanDore

 

Lake District England by Julie VanDore

 

Las Conchas Fire on Instant Film by Julie VanDore

 

Brooklyn Bridge with IP PX100 film by Julie VanDore

 

Brooklyn with IP PX100 film by Julie VanDore

 

A Dogwood grows in Brooklyn by Julie VanDore

 

Dogwood Flowers by Julie VanDore

 

Dogwood Flowers by Julie VanDore

 

Dogwood Flower by Julie VanDore

 

La Plaza Blanca - Panorama by Julie VanDore

 

La Plaza Blanca by Julie VanDore

 

Catacombs in Paris by Julie VanDore

 

El Yunque National Forest by Julie VanDore

 

Tulips in White and Black by Julie VanDore

 

1940's Packard Hood Ornament by Julie VanDore

 

Dogwood in Cemetery by Julie VanDore

 

Abstract Instant 1 by Julie VanDore

 

Abstract Instant 2 by Julie VanDore

 

Highway 502 to Los Alamos NM by Julie VanDore

 

Sunset over Brooklyn Post Irene by Julie VanDore

 

Fritz The Cat Brooklyn NY 2003 by Julie VanDore

 

Rockport ME July 2008 by Julie VanDore

 

Red and Yellow Tulip by Julie VanDore