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Paparazzi by shom Paparazzi by shom
Paparazzis be stalkin' yo!

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Two work lights hanging from above from diffused by paper.

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palmovish Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
Sweet pic. :thumbsup:
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shom Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2008
Thank you... its odd, but I like it.
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SecretAsylum Featured By Owner May 21, 2006   Writer
is that analog or is it the digital that's supposed to look analog. I heard about one that looks just like the old film camera but is really digital, it just happens to have those fstop and such things on it
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shom Featured By Owner May 21, 2006
This one is quite analog, it doesn't even need batteries to operate. I believe this Canon was purchased in the mid 70s, and its in pretty good shape. Although, I would love to see a digital that looks like this one. I have heard about this one company that will take your favorite slr and convert the body to digital with custom sensors and specs...
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SecretAsylum Featured By Owner May 21, 2006   Writer
that is freakin cool. do they do that with gfs? same body and they change their personality for a small fee? :D kidding
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skunkboy Featured By Owner May 20, 2006
Great shot of a classic SLR.

I may have let the shooting camera focus more on the FT to bring out the detail of the F-Stop and/or speed settings considering the ball is of decent size but indeed this is a clear shot.

AE-1, AV-1, T-70 are my weapons of choice in 35mm when I can afford the film and developing but I've been in the digital world too long that I enjoy shooting hundreds of photos at a time - but that doesn't rule out the big SLR's for special occaisions.
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shom Featured By Owner May 21, 2006
Thanks for the feedback... you're right, focusing on the FTb's details would have been better... note to self!

I love the old SLR, it doesn't even need a battery, its pretty amazing...
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