Estimados miembros, os informamos que Fotolog estará inaccesible de forma permanente en las próximas semanas.
El objetivo de esta comunicación es que podáis recuperar todos vuestros datos e informaciones lo antes posible, y en cualquier caso antes del 20 de Febrero del 2016.
Esperamos que podáis continuar con vuestros blogs y compartir vuestras fotos en otras plataformas.
Por favor, haced circular esta información a todos los demás miembros de la comunidad.

Dear members, the Fotolog platform could be permanently unavailable in the upcoming weeks.
We wanted to inform you of this matter, as hosting provider, so you can retrieve your data as quickly as possible and in any event before February the 20th of 2016.
We hope you can continue your blogs and your photos sharing on other platforms.
Do not hesitate to share this information with all other members of the community.

Chers membres, les services Fotolog risquent d'être définitivement inaccessibles dans les semaines à venir.
Nous souhaitions vous en informer, en notre qualité d’hébergeur, afin que vous puissiez récupérer vos données au plus vite et en tout état de cause avant le 20 février 2016.
En espérant que vous pourrez continuer vos blogs et vos partages de photos sur d'autres plateformes.
Pensez également à faire circuler cette information auprès de tous les autres membres de la communauté.

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most of the photos here were taken with one of these three cameras: polariod land camera model 250, polariod land camera model 320 and polariod land camera model 420 (http://www.fotolog.net/polaroid_billy/?photo_id=21830). slight modifcations were made to 250 to allow it to make time exposures and to accept newer polariod one-step film. of course that was a rube goldberg proposition as it couldn`t eject the photo like the one-step camera did. so the film cassette had to be transfered (in the dark) from the 250 to the one-step after each shot to make it spit out the film. black & white polariods were taken with a polariod swinger. nothing here has been photo-shopped or electronically enhansed. what you see is what came out of the camera."A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know." -- Diane Arbus


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