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  • Replied in Kostas
    Thank you Kostas. Sometimes of course I think I have two left hands! Well, on Saturday me and my T got between the front lines of the police (advancing in full riot gear) and youthful protesters ...
  • Replied in Louis
    Thanks much Louis. It's a pleasure walking the streets here trying to capture the light of fall, there are so many corners to explore (those that remain post-Haussmann, that is). What can I say? ...
  • Replied in Caveman
    As creature comfort goes, this looks like a rather basic setup. No running water? Three bedrooms two baths plus a yard for the dog? Cappuccino brought bedside in the morning? And hermits need ...
  • Replied in Amtrak
    These are fine, they show motion, speed, different textures, and people blurred but nevertheless arrested in their place. Besides, I like the different layers of colors. Keep taking risks and show ...
  • Created discussion thread T in Paris - Some folk I came across
    My official application to become a member of Magnum :-D Sunlounger down by the river Radiant smile, electric colors across the street The authentic Paris automotive experience Veteran of the city ...
  • Irakly, thanks for referencing the 99/II. That's the camera that prevented me from moving for the SL. I have wonderful glass for Sony A-mount FF, still use my A900 (not here in Paris, though), and ...
  • Replied in June 4?
    So, Louis, tell us about June 4th...(that's when #8 was taken) :-) Thomas
  • Replied in Xiaomao
    Thanks Yang, much appreciated. I think there's quite a bit of distortion correction going on in the interplay between the T and LR 6, I mostly don't have to intervene too much with the manual ...
  • Replied in Choi
    Dear Choi, It's a little gem, this lens, indeed. Paris makes it easy to get interesting angles of course, Louis knows it all to well. Take care, and give my regards to P please. Thomas
  • Replied in Rodrigue
    Thank you Rodrigue, my pleasure. I used the Zeiss 16-35 F2.8 on a FF Sony for many years, it's interesting to return to that angle of view again. Thomas
  • Thanks Rodrigue, will do. Thomas (In Zurich for a few days)
  • Replied in Duckshots
    Oh! No, I didn't pay my respects to GF, but will next time, thanks for bringing up that name. There's quite a bit here photography/photographer related, I discovered quite a few streets named ...
  • Replied in Louis
    Hi Louis, I am sure you know that Hemingway, Descartes and Verlaine lived right here in the area. What was good for them is good enough for me :-) So, about that girlfriend of yours...there's a new ...
  • Hi Xiaomao, Here's a sample image of going wide (as might be beneficial for your earthen roundhouse series). This one - the Louvre - was taken at its widest setting with the 11-23mm on the T. This ...
  • Ah, the old tulou 土樓 ! Very nice to see these here, in addition to having folk still use the DL4, a little gem of a camera that is. Re going wide, I am quite thrilled with the 11-23mm (16 - 35) on ...
  • Very nice, Rodrigue, hints of the old Lucis plugin here, but au naturel of course :-) This place would be on our list should we make it back to your beautiful country! Thomas/Paris
  • Replied in Louis
    Thanks for the recommendation, Louis. This is a busy week for me, but I'll be heading out the door again with the T some time next week I hope. Btw, we stay around the corner from Rue Mouffetard, ...
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