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Necroposting in 2020.

Favourite Visual Artist
H.R. Geiger
Favourite Movies
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
John Mayer
Tools of the Trade
Leica M6, 35 cron, Ilford & Kodak films
Other Interests
Going faster.

2012 brings...

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i dont know where this is taking me. i always joke how one day im going to sell all my photo gear and take a long hiatus, but i never have. this might be the first time where im actually serious about it. mostly because i dont know what im doing anymore. this isnt expressive to me. it just capture and look. im not creating. even if im lighting a scene im just augmenting the environment for capture. contrived, as mr weeks would say. on the other hand maybe this is the time i start exploring the "fine art" route. but i have to break this capture mentality. i have to tool to do it, just time to start using it properly. i like making up arb
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"Aperture is only for depth of field, not light control." - Peter Karbe, on how to use the 50mm Noctilux-M ASPH f/0.95 lens "As the motion picture cinematographers know, focus itself can be a huge clue to the viewer's eyes in terms of creating an illusion of three-dimensional depth. A lens that can be opened up, particularly when photographing with a wide-angle lens, has the advantage of offering this aspect of tool to the photographer. In the motion picture industry, neutral density filters are widely employed by cinematographer to move the lens open so as to take advantage of limited depth of field — thus allowing changes of focus be
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Few of you would know the actual frustration of owning a leica camera. Sure theyre great but really buying any sort of accessory for that camera... forget it. Weird filter sizes, expensive cases, oem only straps... luckly film is cheap. The upsides though most people know but dont fully understand. For the undedecated, get a SLR you're far better off. If youre not committed to rangefinder photography get a voigtlander or a zeiss ikon, save yourself the thousands youre going to sink into the M system only to be dissapointed. If youve shot film extensively, and I mean extensively; Skip the M and get a 4x5 if you haven't got one yet. If youve
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Thank you for the watch!!!
LOVE UR Arts!! I hope to work with u in the future. If you haven't had the chance, please check my port & website unisex accessories. I make the Shamballa bracelets myself, so I'd really love your feedback. KIT... add me on fb (Celeste Rousselot) or @thecelestest (follow me and I'll follow back!) to get casting notices, awesome giveaways, and my whereabouts for upcoming shoots.
P.S. Let me know if there's anything I can do for you.
Best of luck!
Hi there,
I’d like to welcome you to the #PortraitClub - glad to have you among our members :)
My name is Lydia, I’m co-administrating the club with =mikegoulty - if you have any questions concerning submissions, the rules or just a general suggestion, don’t hesitate to let us know. You can always reach us on our private account or the club itself.

To get started I suggest to have a look at the club rules – you can find them in our journal/blog section – and maybe keep an eye on the club journal for ongoing contests, mini-competitions, features and news on the club.

Don’t be afraid to have a look around and let us know if you need anything ;)
See you at :iconportraitclub:
You're a weird person, no?
Anyway, I like what you have to say about photography. =]
It's not weird; I'm a purist when it comes to photography and a slight film snob.
A purist..?
BTW, when I said weird, I didn't mean it in a bad way. I just wanted to clear this up. =]