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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by avedwards, Aug 31, 2011.
The three on the top are worthy of wallpapers...
Pics from my recent bike ride
Kit, I love the cows!
I took these with my late grandpa's Leica IIf.
Lovely! It does my heart good to see someone who's still shooting b/w film in a classic manual camera. (See one of mine in post #279 on page 14.)
I've got nothing against digital imaging, I shoot digital too... but it's just not the same as old-school film/chemical photography!
Thank you for your sweet comment. It's just something very different to shoot with an analogue camera. I just rediscovered this joy, and it makes me sad to see that it's getting harder and harder to find a developement service that does a good job at an affordable price.
Your photo in post #279 is very impressive (it's on page 28, though; at least on my computer)! Hopefully I'll be able to shoot such artistic photos one day, too.
I really enjoy pursuing photo threads like this one. Such great pic's and an inspiration for me to take many more myself.
I also enjoyed this one ( http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=202214 ) as it gave me perspective on perspective!
Painters, illustrators, comic-artists, photographers...I admire the people who can pull off these visual arts with skill and class. Mostly because I can't!! Hahaha.
Downtown L.A., November 21, 2013
Wilshire Boulevard & New Hampshire Avenue, Los Angeles looking West
November 22, 2013
Today in the Den of Evil, aka Ikea
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
November 28, 2013
The Ohio Building in downtown Toledo lit up on a cold fall night. The decorative ghouls a dozen stories up are not to be missed, but hard to see at night.
Plaza de Los Angeles,
December 4, 2013
I wasn't sure where else to share this. It is a photograph, so I thought I'd shoehorn it in here...
My first-ever attempt at making croissants at home.
A recent rainy morning at the train station.
Another great one. Although I was at first attracted to the contrasts of light and dark, the lines, the black and white aspect, and the rain, it was the gentleman's facial expression that stole the show.
Thanks for the comment. This is where I work and I always have a camera with me. The place is a goldmine for photos of interesting scenes and people.