Don't be afraid of what you can't see


Yutaka Go

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May 22, 2010
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Don't be afraid of what you can't see.

The Presence is always there. You can feel it.

It is there to remind you there is the Other Side.

You better start to get used to darkness.
What if you look thru the view finder and you can't see the subject ? :bsmilie:

What if you took the photo and you can't see the picture in your LCD ? :bsmilie:
 

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What if you look thru the view finder and you can't see the subject ? :bsmilie:

What if you took the photo and you can't see the picture in your LCD ? :bsmilie:
The Hand is covering your eyes.

See a medium to get back your 3rd eye. :)
 

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Shizuma

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What if you look thru the view finder and you can't see the subject ? :bsmilie:

What if you took the photo and you can't see the picture in your LCD ? :bsmilie:
common problem easily solved by removing lens cap. or opening etc eyes
 

jonlee

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Don't be afraid of what you can't see.

The Presence is always there. You can feel it.

It is there to remind you there is the Other Side.

You better start to get used to darkness.

It is a pity I am totally in the dark on when I would get to the dark side.
Therefore I am only able to trade in my A77 for a A99.
If only I knew it would be soon, I would immediately have got the A7R.

PS. Heard that kei1309 already own a A7R. I wonder if she knows some thing that we don't about the dark side?
Hopefully she is completely in the dark.
 

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