Photographers and their Cameras

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This is my essay called “The photographer and his camera” – Enjoy the read.

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MORE PICTURES HERE – The full treatise

9 Comments

  1. Kim guanzon says

    I love Kelly’s invisible hasselblad H3d.

  2. Kelly says

    Hahaha, I was going to say the same thing Kim.

    Great shots Scott!

  3. Shaun says

    Very cool project with awesome results! I was wondering what you were doing walking around taking photos of everyone.

  4. tolga says

    very nice collection of photos, good job..

    (i’m glad, most of the cameras are Canon) :-)

  5. John Hayes says

    Great, creative idea. The images really capture the intensity and effort photographers put in on a photo walk. Thanks

  6. Eric Quinney says

    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!

  7. Melissa B says

    I am so sad that I missed this event!

  8. Robbie Petersen says

    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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