HuntingSand

Lives in United States CA, United States
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Has a website at http://hahn.zenfolio.com
Joined on Aug 23, 2004

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  • So, did you and P try any of the wine? I heard it's conducive to creating the elusive Leica look, after the third glass or so. Safe travels! Thomas (Off to Taiwan in a little bit, to take more t-sh ...
  • Created discussion thread The Leica look & t-shirt culture
    A couple from my t-shirt series (mind the language!) :-P Seen in Shanghai Seen for sale in New York City (the right place for strong language)
  • Very nice work and print job, Rodrigue. You decided to concentrate on contours only, which is something I haven't seen from you a whole lot so far. You usually fill the frame and provide some ...
  • I don't know how the Noct behaves on the Sony, but on the M9, it is/was a very special relationship. That's what Leica Marketing says all along...
  • Are you talking to me? Just say what you have to say...! Or maybe I misunderstood the question? :-P
  • It's not a lens that you learn how to use in a day. It can be wild, unpredictable, revealing, essentializing (I have a story or two to explain what I mean by that, but not here), disguising, or as ...
  • Nice write-up and images, Joachim. You've been around the block (several times) it seems, the little Canon in tow. I have mine since launch, and am happy with the results, especially from 35mm ...
  • Oftentimes, the "elevating" agency and function of photography is stronger than the ideal of truthful representation.
  • Hi Louis, Thanks for posting this selection from the anti-Trump march. I attended the one in Oakland, here is some verbiage off of the signs from Oakland on Saturday: "We shall overcomb" "I can't ...
  • Thanks much for the review and functional overview, I think I will get myself one of these. Thomas (The wee lizard is a gorgeous image!)
  • That is an amazing lens on the T, I recommend it highly. Versatile, not too large, tack sharp, great for architecture and street and groups of people (but not so much for single portraits, it's ...
  • Thanks. He was quite a character...
  • Replied in Rodrigue
    Hi Rodrigue, You were expecting Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe images? I try to avoid those sites and do my explorations along very different urban paths. Join me next time, maybe Louis and Choi ...
  • Replied in Luis
    Well, thanks much, I am not sure about the dream stuff, things are usually rather down to earth in Paris, although some of the restaurants and patisseries (especially in the 2nd arr.) concoct ...
  • Replied in Alex
    Thank you. It's been a pleasure to spend those five months here - alas, my belt is not as loose as it was when I first arrived!
  • Replied in Runnicle
    Thanks. Fleeting moments, these, but I liked the barrage of green in the window, you can play off just that one color and then look for contrasts. The cabbage place is a well-known eatery in the ...
  • Replied in Jayboo
    Thanks, you are welcome. There are many self-stylizing people here, they like to attract attention. Some are over the top (in my view at least, and, to be clear, SF and LA has a lot more of that ...
  • Replied in Choi
    Dear Choi, he certainly looks the part! The funny thing is, his Ricoh was actually still operative! Thanks for checking in, and best wishes back, Thomas
  • Ha! That would be great fun! I remember fondly our photographic exploits together in HK. SF is waiting, too...
  • Replied in Thomas
    Dear Louis, Your home town is an inspiring place indeed. I barely scratched the surface, and I actually mean that figuratively and literally: there's a Paris underground (subterranean) culture I ...
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