This week went a bit old school with #PRTV_nostalgia. Going back to your roots you guys made a good selection of old school items to follow the theme.  While it might be the last live show for awhile Toby and Scott managed to pick the best out of the best and we’ve got the winners below.

While the Mish Mash may be out for a bit the weekly challenges are still going! You can find all the past challenges on the PRTV page along with next week’s challenge #prtv_negativespace. Taking away or simplifying a subject’s background with negative space draws the viewers eye to the subject itself. Like always to enter post your photos on Instagram before noon next Wednesday with the tags #prtv and #PRTV_negativespace.

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Toby – Photorectoby Scott – photoscott88 Roy – RoyMcKeeIII

Toby’s Winner:

Toby’s Honorable Mentions:

Vintage egg beater/photo challenge. #prtv_nostalgia #sonya6000 #stormvillefleamarket #vintage

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Scott’s Winner:

Scott’s Honorable Mentions:

I took this photo about 43 years ago with a Kodak Retinette IB camera when I was in my late teens. It hangs in a frame on our hall wall. I'm fairly sure that the film I used was an Ilford Monochrome 400ASA. At that time I was learning how to develop and print my own film. My dad had allowed me to set up a dark room in the old chicken shed. I developed the film myself in a tank and then printed from the negatives using a second-hand enlarger which my parents had bought for me. The photo was developed using a series of trays with chemicals in them . This was the time I really became enthralled with photography and when I went to university I became president of the Photographic Society where we had our own dark room facilities. Looking back on those times fills me with great nostalgia and although the photo itself is not that brilliant the memories certainly are. #prtv #prtv_nostalgia

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 Way back in March we spent a few nights at the awesome #aurorabear yurt run by @frankstelges If you want to hang out at the coolest yurt while watching #auroraborealis reach out to him!! While waiting for the aurora to show up I ran the 80D in time-lapse mode and then stacked it all in #starstax which answers the question - what's it look like when you shoot the stars AND the full moon and StarStax it all. Captured with the #Canon #80D and 24mm f/2.8 lens. (Note - the 80D ran for 3 hours in near zero temps on one battery!)
 Left to Right - Mahtotopa Mountain(8,671 ft), Little Chief Mountain (9,514 ft), Citadel Mountain (9,035 ft) - as seen from Going-To-The-Sun Point #GlacierNP is awesome even if #loganpass is closed! I could tell you when it will open but we were sworn to secrecy :) #mckaylive
 Ponte Fabricio - one of many sweet bridges crossing the river Tiber.

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