/p/ BOOK 2014
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So you submitted to the photo book.
Tell us what you learned about your shooting habits, your year as a photographer, and where your strengths and weaknesses lie.
My stats - 6 photos.
>2 x digi, 3 x 135, 1 x 120
>4 x 28mm equivalent, 1 x 50mm, 1 x 100mm.
>3 x colour, 3 x B&W.
They were all taken when I had specifically gone out to shoot.
They are all "found" compositions, as opposed to made ones.
The digishits were in marginal light and required a couple of frames to get right.
The film shots were in ample light, and I only made one exposure. All handheld, or could have been, were it not for my desire to get the 120 shot perfectly straight.
Verdict: I'm a gearfagging available light amateur. I take my best photos with wides. I shoot colour and black and white completely differently. I shoot digital mainly when the light sucks, so a lot of my digital stuff sucks.
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Couple photos from a hike this week.
Comment, critique, insult, name call, etc.
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what do you use to protect during a rainy shoot. got tired of the optech rain sleeve.
hate it, specially when you sling the camera on your shoulder or neck, rain gets into the strap and into the camera. i bought the with flash version and use the flap for the flash to cover the eyepiece, dayum, such hassle brah.
saw lots of good reviews for the thinktank 70-200 hydrophobia, but i also need one for shorter lenses (prime lenses)
care to share what you use /p/ ?