Here’s a collection of photographs I took with my analog Rolleiflex 3.5f. It’s a pretty legendary german camera that I got a steal on last winter when I found it in an antique store in my hometown. Thinking I would buy it then sell it online for its true value, I just can’t bring myself
A semi-recent development in digital photography are HDR photographs. One might think that this stand for High Definition Resolution or something like that, which isn’t far considering HDR photographs can feel ultra-realistic. It actually stands for High Dynamic Range (if for some reason you didn’t see the title of the post and put two and two together). In my opinion it’s a digital process that can be well done or way overdone, all depending on what the photographer is going for (as you will see with mine I tried to mix it up to give examples of its intensity). I consider it to be somewhat of a photographic fad to be honest with you, but I can’t deny it looks really cool, and also has its practical uses. I’ll tell you why. (more…)
So last night I got a mysterious call from a band who call themselves The Neon Saviors. As it turns out, they wanted some new official photos for their band. And as it also turned out, they weren’t going to let me say no. In fact, I was perfectly content not doing them at all.
For those of you who don’t know, my previous camera was stolen while I was napping in Indonesia. This was back in April, and it was sad. Since then I’ve been without a camera because I have no money. But, my new camera (and new super-wide angle lens!) came earlier this week, so now I’m
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