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  • vrai the dotty prof. 7y

    a very barb'esque photo. the geometrical aspects combined with people watching works well for me.
  • vrai the dotty prof. 7y

    I just realized you're shooting with an OM2n. I've been using the significant other's OM-10 for the past couple of weeks. Other than not being able to instantly snap due to the manual focus I'm absolutely loving it. Little bits of memories have come back using this old film camera ... and I understand it much better now than when I had an Olympus half frame as a kid. Which I loved because I got 72 prints from the thing! And the two prime lenses are gorgeous... their clarity puts my canon lenses to shame.
  • Anne de Haas 7y

    Dynamic and powerful composition, those lines are just killer!! Great.
  • Barbara Fischer 7y

    thank you you 2!
    Yeah the Olympus is my favourite camera these days, there are plenty of cheap 2nd lenses around for it as well. (like this wide angle one which was 30euro)
    I like the manual focus too now, I enjoy all the slowing down that comes with using analog cameras.
  • stpenn 7y

    I love the way you see things. I'm about to buy an Olympus E-volt 510, or 520 if the're out yet. I've always loved those tiny Olympus SLR's. You got all the quality of the Nikon F series in a much smaller and lighter package.
  • Scott Snider 7y

    Beautiful perspective; I love the way the stripe pulls your eye right to all the glass in the entrance. Lot's of interesting distractions on the edges too; very well seen and shot.
  • Barbara Fischer 7y

    thanks guys! stpenn, a Nikon F could tempt me to part with $$ too.
  • stpenn 7y

    If you think the Nikon F series is expensive, check this out:

    Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR Digital Camera
    Mfr# 70390531 • B&H# HAH3D392MS
    Price: $ 43,995.00

    It does have 39 Meg Pixels though. It maximum ISO only goes up to 400.
  • Barbara Fischer 7y

    I've seen one of those in a shop here in cologne Steven! That digital Hassie better have a damn good sensor that doesn't wear out as fast as they usually do. (ca 2 years lifespan with intensive use)

    I'd be too scared of dropping it or it getting stolen, I wouldn't even want to touch anything that expensive.
  • Lili de Xav 7y

    un petit vertige géométrique
  • Peter Williams 7y

    I like the way this looks like a giant hopscotch game.
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