I love you bdsm-like photos, could you do more with women of bigger sizes ?
Thank you and certainly!
…well, I don’t exactly choose the sizes of the women I photograph. They come to me the way they are and I make art with them. Unfortunately, whenever I approach “bigger” women, I always hear “Let me lose weight first” or “I’m not a model, look at me.”
I can’t tell you how much I hate that! Short or tall. Fat or skinny. Black or white- None of that matters to me as long as a woman is confident in her own beauty.
When I find more confident “women of size”, trust me, you’ll know it. Til then, I take what I can get lol.
Hey, what would you suggest as a good first film camera for someone going from dslr? Thanks
Well, if you’ve got a Nikon DSLR, I’d suggest going with a Nikon SLR. All old and new Nikon (MF) lenses will work perfectly. My favorite is the Nikon F3- Rugged, reliable, and modular. I love that you can add an waist level, HP, or just about any finder you can think of to that body.
Aside from that, I’d go with a Pentax K1000, Canon AE-1, or if you can find one, a Leica R ^_^ Any will do just fine. Remember, though, it’s the lenses you put on that camera that make all the difference!
2 Things. Where have you been man? I don't see you on my dash much anymore. Also. You getting the iphone 6?
iPhone 6? Meh… My 5 is doing just fine. Maybe I’ll upgrade eventually but this phone does everything I need it to do.
As for why I haven’t posted lately- I haven’t been inspired over the last few weeks. The people around me have been uninspiring as well. All anyone wants is to do is be pretty and get tumblr/Instagram likes. I want to create offensive, thought provoking, meaningful, beautiful art but the people around me are rather dull and lack creativity. “I want to be pretty and stand here with a blank face for no reason. That’d be a great picture!”
help me please...? I am trying to find an affordable medium format camera for my gf and I to share we want a rolliflex but don't know if we should get one of the cheaper ones for the moment or just get a single lens camera that is medium format. What do you recommend?
The Hasselblad 500 C/M would be my recommendation. It’s an easy camera to live and grow with in that you can adapt it to your shooting style and she can adapt it to hers. There are a plethora of different focusing screens, finders, lenses and other accessories that allow you to customize you shooting experience. I own three Rolleiflex twin lens cameras and I love them because they work for me. I prefer the waist-level finder and “standard” 80mm field of view. I like that the Rolleiflex is rugged and unique looking… But if you want versatility, reliability and superb quality, get a Hassleblad :-)