sebdanan

sebdanan

Joined on Jun 17, 2013

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  • Hi labnut, I recently got a second hand K-7 and as I'm experimenting with its sharpness settings I stumbled upon your post. I was wondering if you could (or someone else on the forum) help me to ...
  • Created discussions Anyone still use these?
    Hello all, do any of you still prefer these to modern in-camera filters? Cokin was a French brand and most of (all of?) their gear was made in France. I happen to live in that country, which maybe ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry _SAM6601
    Placed 58th in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry the naked cowboy
    As Mojo Nixon puts it, there's a little bit of Elvis in each and every one of us.
    Placed 41st in the challenge. As Mojo Nixon puts it, there's a little bit of Elvis in each and every one of us.
  • Hi everybody, the OP is back! First of all, thanks to everybody for your advice and contributions. Some couldn't resist getting into a bit of bickering about what I suggested to avoid, APS-C v ...
  • Hello all, I'm opening this thread so we can debate and share on a simple question: what mirrorless camera do you prefer to use your manual focus lenses on? You might have guessed I haven't ...
  • Hi there Slackard, I visited your website and I'm grateful like many Mamiya fans that you've developed a CS to EOS adaptor. But! Why not make a CS to Nex, a CS to m4/3 or a CS to Fuji X adaptor for ...
  • Hi everyone,
    I just love the way we can get so passionate about so trivial a subject as photographic equipment. And I'm including myself, or I wouldn't be posting here...
    I've had a whole bunch of...

  • Submitted a challenge entry Park fun
    A nice time at the park we used to go to as kids.
    Placed 97th in the challenge. A nice time at the park we used to go to as kids.
  • Hi Richard, it's really kind of you to get back to my post! Unfortunately I sold the camera and the Tokina 25-50 lens to a happy buyer who intended to take it apart entirely for fun. But when I ...
  • Hi there, I purchased a X700 with few lenses for a bargain price at a flea market today and I was kind of expecting the body to be faulty but the lenses and heap of Cokin filters I got with it ...
  • Hi Rybro, the 9000 was one of the first serious cameras I got, that was back in 2005... I remember having had a great time with it for a few months before selling it for a profit. The most ...
  • Ok chaps, tonight I opened up the scanner and got to the mirror, I took it off, cleaned it with some cheap lens fluid, fortunately that didn't deteriorate it. I gave the innards a little hoovering ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Manhattan high line painter
    Taken on the Manhattan high line walking trail. Looking back at this painter I feel attracted by some kind of artistic aura she exudes and cannot refrain from thinking she must have been a sensitive, tender person. Who knows... Next time I'll stop and talk!
    Placed 68th in the challenge. Taken on the Manhattan high line walking trail. Looking back at this painter I feel attracted by some kind of artistic aura she exudes and cannot refrain from thinking she must have been a sensitive, tender person. Who knows... Next time I'll stop and talk!
  • Commented on workers at Hasankeyf in the Turkey: Its People challenge

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  • Submitted a challenge entry Wawrzyszew market
    This market is right next to the metro stop. It is very cheap, colourful and popular. The Warsaw many wouldn't want to show.
    Placed 25th in the challenge. This market is right next to the metro stop. It is very cheap, colourful and popular. The Warsaw many wouldn't want to show.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Os Gemeos in Boston
    Wandering in the streets of Boston this summer I stumbled on this perspective. A fat man blown up by my fisheye lens contrasting with the monumental graffiti of a crammed personage painted by Brazilian artists Os Gemeos. As if to say that artwork doesn't depict an exaggerated vision of our world after all... or rather that it shows the stark inequalities of available space that people have to live in this world.
    Placed 69th in the challenge. Wandering in the streets of Boston this summer I stumbled on this perspective. A fat man blown up by my fisheye lens contrasting with the monumental graffiti of a crammed personage painted by Brazilian artists Os Gemeos. As if to say that artwork doesn't depict an exaggerated vision of our world after all... or rather that it shows the stark inequalities of available space that people have to live in this world.
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  • Hi there, thank you both for your responses, I'm going to try opening and cleaning up the scanner properly, I had no idea how it worked inside and Erik the article your link sends to makes things ...
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