Archive for the ‘Canon F-1 New’ Category

Portrait

May 2, 2012

Carl

Carl


This is what Tri-X in the Canon F1-New and the FD f/1.2 85 mm L will do. Of course, it helps that I know the subject very well. (more…)

There’s Still Some Green In The World

January 30, 2011

Just so as you know ...

Just so as you know ...


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The Flow on the Street

January 16, 2011

Ok, it's not a street photograph, but a photograph of a street reflected in a Beemer.

Ok, it's not a street photograph, but a photograph of a street reflected in a Beemer.


I’ve been taking street photographs the last few days with odd equipment, but it worked. (more…)

Geeks on Tri-X

October 24, 2010

Bits und so 200


Keeping a Twitter promise, I’m posting photos from “Bits und so 200″, the live podcasting event from Munich I mentioned in the previous post. (more…)

How To Find Your Subject

October 23, 2010

A Small Theater in Munich, Filled with Geeks

A Small Theater in Munich, Filled with Geeks


For me, the easiest way to find new subjects is through involvement. For example, I’m in Munich right now, having had a short night’s sleep after attending a live podcasting event yesterday. (more…)

The Appeal of Shallow Depth of Field

October 19, 2010

Canon Light Trap, FD  f/1.2 85 mm L

Canon Light Trap, FD f/1.2 85 mm L


The conscious application of shallow depth of field precedes photography. Vermeer did that! (more…)


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