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citiesandcitizens asked: What kind of camera(s) do you like to shoot with?
I use a variety of 35mm cameras including a Leica rangefinder (M3) Nikon SLRs (two Fs and an F3), a Canon A2 and an Olympus Trip35 which probably sees the most use because it fits in my jacket pocket. I also have Olympus and Canon digital cameras but they mostly live in the storage cabinet as I much prefer the look of film and the dependability and simpler user interface of the analogue machines, particularly the older ones that are not battery-dependent. Lenses range from 24mm to 105mm, all primes.
Looking back through the archive, seems the majority of the photographs posted to date were made with the Leica and a 50mm lens.
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Jordan River BC, 2012
"To be a photographer, you have to be a child, always full of wonder, looking at the world with wonder. Making a photograph takes only a moment of time, but then you spend the rest of your life figuring out what it means."
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Atlanta GA, 1988
A lot of photographers have taken this picture. My version presented itself in the Atlanta airport on the way home from my first trip to Europe. I don’t know where the kid was going but looking back, I wonder if his destination changed his life the way the Continent did mine.
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Tea and Tunes, 2014
Kodak Portra 400 converted to monochrome
Submitted by Victor Anthony
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Davenport, Iowa, 1990
When my wife saw this photo she said, “In just a few years, that girl on the far right is going to be trouble”.
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Story of O, 2014
This week, I have a couple of prints hanging in a group show called Erotica 2014 and O is one of them, framed up at 11x14.
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