Posted by ScottJarvie at 19 March 2011
Category: (c) Photo Meetup Annoucements
Tags: black and white photography, cameras, draper, interaction with cameras, photographic essay, photowalking event, photowalking utah, studiowalk, Utah, visual essay
This is my essay called “The photographer and his camera” – Enjoy the read.
MORE PICTURES HERE - The full treatise
I love Kelly’s invisible hasselblad H3d.
Hahaha, I was going to say the same thing Kim.
Great shots Scott!
Very cool project with awesome results! I was wondering what you were doing walking around taking photos of everyone.
very nice collection of photos, good job..
(i’m glad, most of the cameras are Canon)
Great, creative idea. The images really capture the intensity and effort photographers put in on a photo walk. Thanks
I am amazed at the variety of tools people use to capture images and create thier art. Very cool that you were able to capture the variety!
I am so sad that I missed this event!
this is just a camera envy post, ha ha ha, well actually, i’m probably the envious one cause you already have nice equipment.
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