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Awesome. I have nothing against digital, it's just fun to be in company with other film shooters.

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let me know what you guys think of these?

im addicted to b&w

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Trip to london

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Amsterdam

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then to brussels

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couldn't believe it when I spotted the last one..they were just sitting there perfectly.

I'm From Ireland by the way...

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Those light leaks in the roof look awesome in the first one. Would be sick without the subjects just as a photo of the warehouse.

How did you light those 2 guys?

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Those light leaks in the roof look awesome in the first one. Would be sick without the subjects just as a photo of the warehouse.

How did you light those 2 guys?

 

Haha my friend wanted a new photo so I took one while we were checking out the warehouse. I'm the one in the back lol. The lighting is all natural, .5 second exposure time at f/4.0.

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Best Salad you'll ever have

 

evoked always has nice shots and i like the BMW one that crept posted

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Two of four from "Outdoor Posing: Working with the Model" assignment for my Lighting People class. First assignment of the semester, had to use open shade lighting with no strobes.

 

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The past few pages have been quality. Props

 

 

So recently i was wanting to get more out my A1 without breaking the bank.

I ended up finding a 52mm wide angle lens adapter and fisheye adapter for cheap on amazon. Definitely worth the money.

 

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Heres a few from yesterday with the wide angle attachment.

 

 

Cunninlynguists STL

 

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Would a Canon A1 be a good camera to pick up for good benching flicks? I want to start making hard copies of my train flicks, and I love the look of film.

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