Monthly Archives: October 2012

Gotcha !

Ah, ah. Pretty cracking shot. Love it

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Lens bliss

A new lens made it to my door this morning. The Canon FL 50mm F:1.8. It’s a “prime” lens (meaning fixed focal lengths, no zoom), old school metal build, cool retro look and feel. Here it is on the far … Continue reading

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A confession – manual lens madness

I’m ill. Not sick. Not coughing or sneezing or drowsy or sore. I have a different kind of illness.I’m addicted to photographic gear. It’s a real addiction, too (if you need a daily fix, it’s real). And what does an … Continue reading

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A day without photograph is a bad day

Phew ! What a horrible day I had. I work at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. It has officially be rated the N°1 WORST airport in the world for passenger experience. Well let me tell you, for an employee it … Continue reading

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Sometimes a simple image

    Just makes us content. No exceptional quality of content or technique. That’s part of the joy of making photographs. Sometimes one of them just resonate with your soul, and makes you complete for a while.

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Where have I been ?!

Busy. But fear not, shooting. Super Takumar 50mm F:1.4 (here at F1.8) I’m sick. Not like coughing or sneezing sick. More like buy-a-lens-a-day ill… I think they call it “addicted”. Manual lenses are *highly* addictive. First of all, they’re cheap. … Continue reading

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Instant love

Got my PEN F 38mm F:1.8 lens in the mail today. Long searched for on various sale and auction sites around the world, and finaly bought from a virtual pal of mine of a Sony NEX decicated board, the friendly … Continue reading

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