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Monday, 31 January 2011

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A sheet of pod ice would make a fine ground glass.

Are you sure this isn't a Michael Paul Smith photo?

Not ground glass, ice.

Dear Dave,

I think that's unfair to Oren. He'd never buy a lens whose front element was that badly frosted.

pax / Ctein

Dear Christian,

I think it is not ironic at all to photo your large format with iphone.

I normally take three "camera" out these day. One of them is iPhone4 (for local call) and another one is iPhone3gs (for China call). The third one is whatever it turns out. All my 8x10 photos have a iphone 4 photos (and mostly likely the screen dump of the "light meter" apps) for records.

In fact, it is the only way to "prove" that you are not insane to have that "thing" out. Or more likely try to claim down the boys and girls walk by and those comments about my skills. I just take my iphone out and then they will find that I am indeed one of them i.e. a normal human being and not an alien.

Dennis

it would have been awesome to make this into a giant pinhole camera!

"I think that's unfair to Oren. He'd never buy a lens whose front element was that badly frosted."

That's true. His ice camera would have a Rodenstock on it for sure.

What tripod are you recommending ?

Maybe this will put the argument about what constitutes "full-frame" to rest.

Town of Breckenridge here: just a quick correction - it wasn't the Town of Evergreen's entry. It was Team Loveland, Colorado. Thanks for the post :)

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