Archive for the ‘Canon’ 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…)

More about Less

November 4, 2010

Depth of Field, that is

Depth of Field, that is

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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…)

Post 100, Meta ‘blog

October 15, 2010

At this decimal waypoint, time for a little reflection.

Let me immodestly start with myself (photo © A. Klemming)

Let me immodestly start with myself (photo © A. Klemming)


That’s what ‘blogs are mostly about, aren’t they? (more…)

Curious Contraption

October 14, 2010

Neo getting Bugged, Seen through the Canon Sports Finder FN

Neo getting Bugged, Seen through the Canon Sports Finder FN


Received a Canon F-1 New Sports Finder FN in the mail yesterday, and it is a strange thing. (more…)

WTF, it’s a New F1

October 9, 2010

New to me Canon F1 New, Three Decades Young

New to me Canon F1 New, Three Decades Young


Pro film cameras of yesteryear are getting ridiculously cheap these days. So, not heeding my own admonishment, I tried out a new-to-me Canon F1 New today that I fished out of the ‘bay. (more…)


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