ICY

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Seating for one

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Umbrellas, strung lights

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Wood, Angles, Textures

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Depth of Field

Depth of field is easy with a film camera and a fast prime lens, and tricky to get with digital cameras – most have small image sensors, slow zoom lenses and image stabilization. One of the reasons I bought my Pentax MX-1 was that it has a large, relatively fast (f/2.8) zoom lens and a larger sensor than my trusty point-and-shoot digital camera. Shots like this show how close digital has come to film photography. I’m still not ready to get rid of the case of film in my freezer, though…

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Stanley Kubrick’s Vision

(Stanley Kubrick/Look/Museum of the City of New York)

Before Stanley Kubrick became a great director, he was an accomplished photographer. He sold his first photograph to Look magazine when he was 17, and sold 30 assignments to the magazine by 1951.

There’s a great article here┬áregarding his early work.

[via timeline.com]

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Mission, Carmel-by-the-Sea

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What rule of Thirds?

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Alleyway, San Francisco

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Harmony, CA

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