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Oil drilling /LARGE

VINTAGE AMERICANA
UNIQUE PHOTOGRAPHS FROM 1978!
THIS FILE IS LARGE: 8678 × 5958 (360dpi).

FOR WHOM:
These images are for you who want a genuine image of era in America from the year of 1978.

TECHNICAL:
All the photographs in this series are taken by me, then high-end scanned and then retouched in post. I have tried to keep the colors as true as possible to the film-type as possible (Kodachrome). The only retouching I have done is to remove scratches, scars or any other blemishes alien to the original image captured. I have even kept the edges visible, characteristic of the Kodachrome paper frames hence no cropping is done.
All images are available in two sizes: small (for electronic devices) and large (for print purpose).
The small ones are 1000px wide. The large ones are LARGE: circa 8700 x 5900 px and 360dpi.
Original TIFF-versions are also available on request.

BACKGROUND:
If you want to now more about these images, please check my project website; www.usa1978.com
The photographs were shown in a gallery in Stockholm, Sweden (see image: http://creativemarket.photojan.se)

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