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    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2009
    Is this one too naughty? I was doing a photo shoot with the two ladies, and fired a random shot to unstick the view mirror. It turned out to be my favorite shot of the day. I'm not sure why, I just dig the framing.

    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2009
    God you all make me jealous sometimes!

    @COOP I like the framing of that shot... It almost gives a feel of them being caught in the act of something... funny how sometimes the 'mistake' shots come out so damned awesome yeah?

    Went out for a good five hour long walk at the outdoor mall place last weekend. Plenty of lovely photos were taken.


    This couple I noticed waaaaay far off in a landscapey photo I'd taken earlier... I vowed to stop them and get a picture then and there. They were happy to oblige, and I got a shot on their own camera as well... apparantly it was some school dance night or something.


    and cheesey mushy shot of mah boy's and mine (mine and mah boys?) hands... I'm far FAR too pale.
    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2009
    Doll and the Kicks

    Doll and the Kicks at White Air festival last weekend.
    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2009

    Historic Albany Foundation's Architectural Parts Warehouse, they do nonprofit reclamation work so people can get neat old stuff for their homes/apartments.
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    Here's a couple from my - Time in the Tube - series.

    • CommentAuthor256
    • CommentTimeSep 26th 2009
    Winter is coming. Need some C-O-L-O-U-R. Trying again:



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    One More.

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    I went to the Virginia State Fair this weekend
    Carousel II
    And I really liked this one of my friend's dog Pica
    • CommentTimeSep 27th 2009 edited
    Playing in the Stellas at LACMA/BCAM. If you are in L.A., go see the Joseph Beuys show that is up right now at BCAM. It will kick your brains in the teeth.





    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
    Joseph Beuys! I was passing throguh Heidelberg years ago and saw the shop that sold multiples of his work. One Halloween I wanted to borrow my then-girlfriend's dog and go as Beuys and his coyote. Me wearing a fedora and a waxy blanket and holding a shepherd's crook. The dog wearing extra fur pelts. Didn't happen, though.
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
    A couple of my pics from Whitby earlier this year (linked to larger versions).

    Whitby pier. The Esk reflections.
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
    Slowly coming back to the pleasures of photography recently, but I'm not totally sure that everybody would agree as this stuff being photography ...

    First pick :

    The Battersea Power Station is Watching You !

    And something more ... enjoy :

    In the beginning

    Much more at Les Fonds du Tiroir go directly for the Photographies label ...

    I also have a flickr adress, but having the free account the best stuff just vanished.
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    I've got a tendency to remove myself from civilization and go a bit mad.

    (6x6 chromes printed at roughly 4x4")

    Using my site at to publish content.
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
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    COOP : you take your pics with the Leica version of the LX3, right ? How does it handle low light situations, and does the lack of control over DOF bother you ?

    I've got a LX2 that I haven't used since I bought a DSLR, but having something small enough to put in a pocket is really nice (even though I always have my DSLR with an old 55mm lens with me in my bag). If I had money to spend, a micro 4/3 body + a couple of pancake lenses would be a nice compromise between the LX and a classic DSLR...
    • CommentAuthortysonh
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
    I rarely go 24 hours without taking a picture. I sometimes get paid for it. Part-time pro.
    My Flickr Account
    My Portfolio and 'hire me' Website
    and my wife and I publish a pdf magazine about creative culture in our neck of the woods. Gallery reviews, artist profiles and all SPOKE(a)N(e) Magazine

    Samples from a recent model shoot. This was also the first time I had done make-up.
    • CommentAuthortysonh
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
    and Kieran

    Love both of those shots
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009 edited
    oscillateur: I had a Dlux3, (which was great until I broke it) and then upgraded to the Dlux4. I love it. The sensor on the Dlux4 is made by Phase One, and it is a wonderful thing. There are some noticeable differences in the processing software, too. Bigger sensor than the micro 4/3rds cameras, too.

    Not sure what you mean about DOF issues, especially with the Dlux 4, which opens all the way up to f2.0, allowing for a very shallow DOF. I couldn't find a shot at that aperture, but here's a shot of the GF taken at f2.6, a straight-from-the-camera JPEG:


    I would also add that all of my pro photographer friends, to a man (and some women) carry a Dlux3 or Dlux4 as their point-n-shoot of choice.
      CommentAuthorFat Mike
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
    Balinese macaque

    Balinese macaque