(An image that #ChangedEverything from photographer #Abbas. We are NOW accepting orders! SIGNED $100 #MAGNUMSquare Prints avail through Friday. Shipping everywhere. Link is in our bio)-->“This photo, one of my earliest, was taken in September 1970, in Cairo, where I covered Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser’s funeral. I did not know it when I pressed the shutter, but it was a defining, if not THE defining moment of my photography. A few months later, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, I…
My World in Pictures – Part 6 My little Nikon Coolpix 4800 was a revelation! Lifting the camera and being able to frame your image on a bright LED screen was something to behold - much like I would imagine stepping out the Victorian age into an unrecognisable future. But the real beauty of digital was the simple fact that when you pressed the shutter release, it didn't sound like a distant cash register ringing to remove cash from your wallet...
1940's Kodak Baby Brownie Special This petite, bakelite camera is truly an art deco treat! Manufactured by Kodak from 1938-1954, this 127 film camera fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. This particular camera is in very good vintage condition - there is some light wear and one little chip to the bakelite on the bottom (see last photo) but I don't believe it would cause light leaks. This Baby Brownie has not been film-tested, but the shutter snaps when the lever is pressed.
When we moved into our house six years ago, I was pressed for ideas and time so when it came to window treatments, I just got a few things up on the windows and decided I'd give it a better effort later on. I put shutters in all the bathrooms, my go-to answer for bathroom decor. I put white canvas
Photography by Calin - flower girl and bride one king west wedding: While the bride was getting ready at One King West, the flower girl was looking pensive. I asked the bride to give the little girl a twirl and I pressed the shutter at the right moment. . Location: 1 King Street West Toronto, ON M5H 1A1 .
"mirror - 1" series - series about people noticing me and the camera in the mirror. - Shutter too slow. need higher ISO film. Working on anticipation. If i reacted to people looking, once the shutter was pressed, its too late. I had to anticipate when they would look and hit the shutter then.
L2M2AS1 - Part C:A - Object in moonlight - M Mode - Canon 600D - Shutter Speed 90 seconds - ISO 200 - Aperture f/4 - Exposure Bias 0 step - Focal length 18mm - Tripod - Taken under a half moon with some clouds in the sky. I had difficulty capturing the object in such a drak atmosphere and used a torch to focus with a half pressed shutter, removing the light before taking the photo. Exposure lifted in lightroom and colours edited.