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Old 10-21-2011, 09:05 AM   #61
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good stuff Ma Junior!

DO WANT.....because this is what Jose Villa shoots with. boss wedding photographer that still shoots ALL film and he kills it

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Ev, I've seen some stuff from you that is just as good as this, seriously
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Old 10-21-2011, 11:38 AM   #62
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Ev, I've seen some stuff from you that is just as good as this, seriously
thank you man i really appreciate that considering Jose is one of my favorite photographers and im actually going to start trying to pursue wedding photography. i would love to be on his level one day.
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Old 10-21-2011, 12:27 PM   #63
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Seriously man, you're there, especially with the B&W stuff. I'm curious, did you pick up the 2 & 3 frame thing from him?
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again man i really appreciate that and i actually picked up diptychs from seeing it on flickr from some photogs i follow. ive only known of Jose for a few months now and instantly fell in love with his work...and the fact that he still shoots all film is really amazing to me
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thank you man i really appreciate that considering Jose is one of my favorite photographers and im actually going to start trying to pursue wedding photography. i would love to be on his level one day.
I think you would be a really popular wedding photographer. I like your style a lot. It's old meets new, if you know what I mean.

You could probably even make your way into commercial photography shooting for companies like Anthropologie, Johnny Was, etc...
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I think you would be a really popular wedding photographer. I like your style a lot. It's old meets new, if you know what I mean.

You could probably even make your way into commercial photography shooting for companies like Anthropologie, Johnny Was, etc...
thank you man! much appreciated. my goal is to be on that level one day
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thank you man i really appreciate that considering Jose is one of my favorite photographers and im actually going to start trying to pursue wedding photography. i would love to be on his level one day.
Wedding photog has been a bitter sweet thing for me...I like the creativity one can bring to some of the shots and moments but otherwise it's a whole lot stress to get shots for 8hrs and mostly similar shots which kills it for me...may be I'm too impatient
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another roll of portra 400. went out with some buddies and shot randoms...film is so awesome

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Man, for your style, I think film works a lot better than digital lol.

Which camera and lens are you using again?
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Man, for your style, I think film works a lot better than digital lol.

Which camera and lens are you using again?
dude im loving film. seriously. its so awesome

i just have an old Nikon N8008s my buddy gave me. and those images were with an 85 1.4
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Oh, no wonder the pictures are so nice. The 85mm is a great lens.

I think the camera might have a small light leak, but nothing I'd worry about. You should get yourself an FM2. I think they are pretty inexpensive, but are highly regarded.
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Oh, no wonder the pictures are so nice. The 85mm is a great lens.

I think the camera might have a small light leak, but nothing I'd worry about. You should get yourself an FM2. I think they are pretty inexpensive, but are highly regarded.
really? how can you tell??
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Actually, scratch that. It's a problem with the scanner. If you look at the second pic, there a faint band going from top to bottom on the right hand side.

Also, on the first pic, there are two very small (but much more noticeable) bands running horizontally (one on the top, one on the bottom).

Did you get these scanned at Costco? It seems to be a common occurrence with them...
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Actually, scratch that. It's a problem with the scanner. If you look at the second pic, there a faint band going from top to bottom on the right hand side.

Also, on the first pic, there are two very small (but much more noticeable) bands running horizontally (one on the top, one on the bottom).

Did you get these scanned at Costco? It seems to be a common occurrence with them...
yes sir. costco. i noticed this with the first roll i got scanned. im not surprised considering how cheap it is...ill probably end up buying my own scanner at some point
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another roll of portra 400. went out with some buddies and shot randoms...film is so awesome
Looking good!

I just pulled the trigger on another Bronica MF setup...couldn't hold out any longer. Should be here tomorrow
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ive been hoping for a thread like this. thanks ev!


"There are 8 million stories in the naked city, this has been one of them" by MrRizzmeister, on Flickr
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The colors, the grain...it works.
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Just bought a Leica M3



I was offered a deal too good to pass up. Can't wait to get it!
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Looking good!

I just pulled the trigger on another Bronica MF setup...couldn't hold out any longer. Should be here tomorrow
thanks brotha! nice pick up!

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"There are 8 million stories in the naked city, this has been one of them" by MrRizzmeister, on Flickr
atta boy welcome back! great shot man those colors are awesome

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That is just a sample image. This is the exact one that I bought.

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