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@Tom Yum Goongclick here to see more about it.

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Oh so it's actually a camcorder!
A pretty impressive one, to say the least (maybe not visually though...).

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Does anyone know what kind of camera that is? Never seen something like this before.



Fashion photographers pull the single frames out of a video.
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Does anyone know what kind of camera that is? Never seen something like this before.



Fashion photograhers pull the single frames out of a video.
its also a great cinema camera period. Not just for pulling stills.
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New macro setup (Raynox DCR-150 achromatic macro filter + new softbox), plus the most photogenic IEMs in the game 

 

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Those are sexy earphones. I thought you were going to say you lit the shot with Photogenic strobes... 

 

'wow' I was going to say. Not a lot of people today are using Photogenic gear. 

 

Great shots.

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FitEar are every bit photogenic too!

 

 

Power line that I walked under, just a drive by shot with my phone sadly. Thought the symmetry was quite nice.

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FitEar are every bit photogenic too!




Power line that I walked under, just a drive by shot with my phone sadly. Thought the symmetry was quite nice.
The symmetry is superb. Kudos to you! biggrin.gif
Gave me reason to appreciate power lines now. smily_headphones1.gif
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Historic Franklin Field University Of Pennsylvania


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Touch 5

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A few photo's I took on two different film sets in the last few years.  All of them 35mm off my old Canon Rebel.

 

 

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God, I love the look of film. It's so melancholic and nostalgic.

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God, I love the look of film. It's so melancholic and nostalgic.
Get a cheap film SLR. Canon, Nikon, Minolta, whatever you want. Invest in some cheap glass, a few lenses, and go shoot a role. You'll love photography more than ever.
I personally shoot Minolta for my film, all the glass is cheaper than the Canikon equivalent because its not hugely known. If you're going Minolta I'd recommend a SRT101, Or SRT202 to start out in full manual. For glass, 28/2.8's are usually quite cheap, you're gonna want the kit 58/1.4, but shoot it at 2 or slower, it gets super hazy wide open. 50mms are still a safe bet, and 135mms will cover your tele end pretty well.
I have a 28/2.8(x2), 35/2.8, 50/2, 58/1.4, & 135/2.8. They seem to get the job done, only thing I'm lusting after is that 85/1.4...
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Get a cheap film SLR. Canon, Nikon, Minolta, whatever you want. Invest in some cheap glass, a few lenses, and go shoot a role. You'll love photography more than ever.
I personally shoot Minolta for my film, all the glass is cheaper than the Canikon equivalent because its not hugely known. If you're going Minolta I'd recommend a SRT101, Or SRT202 to start out in full manual. For glass, 28/2.8's are usually quite cheap, you're gonna want the kit 58/1.4, but shoot it at 2 or slower, it gets super hazy wide open. 50mms are still a safe bet, and 135mms will cover your tele end pretty well.
I have a 28/2.8(x2), 35/2.8, 50/2, 58/1.4, & 135/2.8. They seem to get the job done, only thing I'm lusting after is that 85/1.4...

 

Oh I use vsco filmpack. I get all the advantages of digital while being able to emulate film.

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