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Ian's blog: blog.myspace.com/ianmuttoo

 

My most interesting photos:

interestingby.isaias.com.mx/pm.php?id=20741443@N00

 

How to take pictures at St. Luke's Garden Observatory in Tokyo: blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&frien...

 

Ian Muttoo. Get yours at bighugelabs.com/flickr

 

Countries I have visited:

create your own visited countries map

or vertaling Duits Nederlands

 

View my DNA at bighugelabs.com

 

Cameras used:

 

Digital:

Sony Ericsson T637 (phone)

HP PhotoSmart 315

Kodak CX7330 Zoom

Canon PowerShot S1 IS

Canon PowerShot S3 IS

Sony DSC-S700

HTC Excalibur (phone)

Nikon D600, D90, D100 - 35mm f/2, 50mm f/1.8, 18-55mm VR, 70-300mm f/4-5.6G, 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 VR, SB-800 Speedlight

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 (phone)

HTC One X (phone)

 

Film:

Minolta X-700 - MD 50mm f/1.7, MD 35-70 f/3.5-4.8, MD 45mm f/2, Optron 28mm f/2.8

Canon A35F

Canon AF35M

Epson Stylus

Opticam 3000 EE II / Halina 3000

Olympus Trip 35

Minolta Hi-Matic F

Konica Auto S2

Nikon N60

Pentax 645N - 75mm f/2.8 FA

Zeiss Ikon Contessamat SE

Nikon F2 (DP-1 finder) - Nikkor 50mm f/2, Vivitar 21mm f/3.8

Polaroid Land Camera Model 103

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  • JoinedAugust 2006
  • HometownMississauga
  • Current cityMississauga
  • CountryCanada
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I visit Ian’s stream whenever I can and invariably find myself smiling, admiring, or just wondering how on earth he does it. His work is so colourful and lovely captured. I admire his panos as they are just wonderful and an inspiration for a lot of people on Flickr and myself being one of them. And as if that’s … Read more

I visit Ian’s stream whenever I can and invariably find myself smiling, admiring, or just wondering how on earth he does it. His work is so colourful and lovely captured. I admire his panos as they are just wonderful and an inspiration for a lot of people on Flickr and myself being one of them. And as if that’s not enough, he is one of the most generous commentators I’ve ever come across on Flickr and is always punctilious in thanking others for their comments on his own pictures. I believe that a photograph is a reflection of a photographer..... Thanks for sharing your world with us Ian.

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October 11, 2007