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Month: August 2012

Super Dave

Super Dave

Three shots of Super Dave while we were out enjoying a frosty cold adult beverage.  The first one was used as a 50 Faces portrait.  While he looks serious he’s not.  The other is the more typical Dave and the final is from my iphone because we were just screwing around at that point.  The two larger pictures were shot on my Panasonic G3, Panasonic Leica 25mm, ISO 800, f/1.4, 1/40t.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

As I hinted at in yesterdays post I shot a lot of images on my jaunt.  Originally was going to call it the RMA because I had to make a run to the FedEx Store to ship out manuals and DVDs that I had forgotten to put in with the original shipment that contained the Olympus Purge (it also means I get top dollar).  I wasn’t happy with all the images but I wanted them to be processed in color…

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New Path

New Path

I went out and shot a bunch of street stuff yesterday and I am processing it in color which is a break from my normal black and white.  I wanted to try it as an experiment just to see if I liked it.  I’m torn because some of the images look really good in color but I know if I pushed some of  them to black and white they would take a so-so photo to something more interesting but it…

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The Lovely Da

The Lovely Da

I am not sure who took these pictures to be honest.  When I travel my camera goes everywhere with me and I usually would just put on my Panasonic Leica 25mm 1.4 along with my Panasonic G3 and throw on my sling camera strap and off I would go to my favorite watering hole where as I like to call her, my ??????? (nong sow)/sister in English) Nan works.  Nan in her mind is a budding photographer so she would take my…

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Thailand For Sale

Thailand For Sale

There is always someone selling you something in Thailand. If you need food you only have to walk a few meters to find a food cart. You need sunglasses, DVDs, souvenirs, watches, pretty much anything you want will eventually be brought before you. The prices start at the absurd and can be easily bargained down to reasonable. If you speak Thai enough to negotiate you can walk away with some deals if you don’t mind that the quality isn’t going…

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