Last edited by ortega; 30th September 2011 at 12:07 AM.
you can also consider viewing this exhibition
to see what the iPhone in capable hands can do
tomorrow last day
Most likely, Ansel would be using a 8x10 or 11x14 view camera. He also had a packed mule. But what else he had that we don't have today is better atmospheric conditions then than today.Originally Posted by daredevil123
This system of bell curve has its flaw, being that it can be cruel, but it reflects the real society. It can get pretty competitive, in that I have seen Ph.D students practising past year papers in the 2nd week of semester.
It has its advantage too...I once walked out of my exam hall thinking I will fail the module because I only did half the paper. Yet, I was suprised with a B+ simply because many others did less than half the paper...
Last edited by NewbieInCS; 30th September 2011 at 08:44 AM.
I am willing to take the blame for all the problem cause. I can tell you all guys that you guys should never be blinded by the high-tech equipments. To take all the blame, I volunteer to trade a self-made 120 format pinhole camera made from errr... (Shoebox? Brand can varies from nike to flying eagle, worksmanship and QC not guranteed) for your PNS, DV camcorder with photo taking function, DSLR, Medium Format digital camera, RF, Digital RF, Digital back, Handphone camera. (If I miss out any type or format, you can contact me for negotiation)
Last edited by wootsk; 30th September 2011 at 09:14 AM.
BTW I know someone still doing traditional plates. Photogravure etching to be exact...
If you are interested, I can hook you up with him. But the only problem is, he is not in SG but in Japan. He is an american living in Japan btw.
You can see his work here:
Last edited by daredevil123; 30th September 2011 at 10:31 AM.
by tonight this fire will be longer than the one at Shell refinery on Pulau Bukom.................