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most of the other shots were generic typical travel photos, but this shot is dope.Originally posted by Inactive User
Fuji Velvia for landscape or generally outdoor shootings, I just fuck with the colors. But its more and more harder to come by and single rolls on ebay are going for rape prices. Otherwise Superia as an allround film. Not much experiences with b/w unfortunately.Originally posted by Inactive UserWhat film do you all prefer and why?
Trying to broaden my knowledge and get some opinions.
Idk what bacon taco is talking about, and perhaps I haven't seen a lot of travel photography but I like all of them. The first makes me think of sibling relationships, as does the picture of the kid with the sunglasses and the young boy behind him. In both of those I noticed the younger child(regardelss if they are sibling or not) is looking at the one who is most in focus in the image. I like the portrait of the girl with the nose ring and I don't know much about jewelry and piercing in other cultures so it gives me somethin to think about. The one with the older woman and the two middle aged people looking away from the "direction of the camera" towards the outsides of the frame is interesting to me and i probably like least the one bacon taco pointed out but it doesn't matter. I can read into as much as a want but we can't really control peoples visual associations and i don't think that was your objective if it was. I like looking at them it could all change but oh well. Anyway, Do you have family there or from there, or are you from there? How long were you in Nepal because the post only says 2 without a unit of measurement for timeOriginally posted by Inactive UserHey everyone.
I'm new here and I wanted to share with you guys my photographs I took while I was in Nepal for 2
WELL HERE THAT MOTHERFUCKER IS