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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by Fube, Dec 20, 2007.

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  1. ||BREAD||

    ||BREAD|| Elite Member

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    I need a messenger bag because backpacks are too much of a hassle for me. I have a lowepro hiking back pack with only one strap and it pisses me off with it falls to the side and when i have to take it on and off just to get something. A.K. do you think backpackers are like hipsters or something?
     
  2. Backalley Abortion Doctor

    Backalley Abortion Doctor Elite Member

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  3. zio

    zio Senior Member

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    i think this is the 18-50 f/2.8 or 17-70 f/2.8-4 OS sigma.
    cant exactly tell but ive owned both and they look really similar to. (exchanged the former for the latter)


    ... and i also never understood the hate for backpackers. ive never been the one to rock a jansport and ive always used mine for its purpose, not just to "rock it" if thats part of it. no name plain ones are my thing... does the job just the same
     
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  4. VAsucks

    VAsucks Senior Member

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    backpacks are very useful... easiest way to carry abunch of shit.

    is anyone down for another photo battle?
     
  5. .A.K.4.7.

    .A.K.4.7. Elite Member

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    Always down for a battle.

    And I wasn't talking about this weird 'backpackers' fad you guys have where you live. Back packs are just wack. Side bags are much smarter anyway, much easier to access and hold less. I was just meaning silly looking nerd 50 year old photographers carrying around a ton of gear on their backs and probably never using half of what they bring.
     
  6. VAsucks

    VAsucks Senior Member

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    in america, side bags make you look like a fag, and will lead to you being treated thusly.

    maybe lakim choose theme for next battle since he won?
     
  7. kringe

    kringe Senior Member

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    This. Haha
    ai594.photobucket.com_albums_tt22_skate7861_IMG_0645.jpg
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    ai594.photobucket.com_albums_tt22_skate7861_IMG_0685.jpg
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    ai594.photobucket.com_albums_tt22_skate7861_IMG_0670.jpg
    Last ones sooo out of focus. Fuck.
     
  8. wafflecakee

    wafflecakee Elite Member

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    dude looks like a pow. like unhealthy looking...

    the pictures aren't great either.
     
  9. Backalley Abortion Doctor

    Backalley Abortion Doctor Elite Member

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    Sidebags>backpacks.
    The backbacks look so nerdy.

    Besides, half of the people on this forum from America wear loony tunes hoodies and shoes 7 sizes too big.
     
  10. J.Channa

    J.Channa Senior Member

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    Lol aw true. But I also believe most of the people here are between 13 - 19 yrs old. I thought sidebags were faggy and large clothing was fresh when I was a youngin as well lol.
     
  11. RFI. SPit

    RFI. SPit Moderator

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  12. zio

    zio Senior Member

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    side bags just isnt my style. i carry alot of shit sometimes.. (not photography or graf related) and ive always been accustomed to using it since i travelled alot by myself. its better for mobility


    anyway, how long do you guys think this took them to make?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SWfPoITlP8&
     
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  13. gaunzist

    gaunzist Guest

    whats a good fully manual film camera thats not very expensive to start with?
     
  14. VAsucks

    VAsucks Senior Member

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    2-3 million years.

    vivitar 3800n

    http://www.amazon.com/V-3800-50mm-L...6?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1279606046&sr=8-6

    alot of people knock the build quality, but it works just fine and its cheap. the 50mm 1.7 lens would be good to learn on, you can also get one with a 28-70 f/3.4 (i think) which is fun too. I used one for a while and got good results.

    both taken with that camera and the 28-70
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/thnkbig/4622974974/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/thnkbig/4622370109/

    they look grainy and shitty cause it was high speed film, thats not the camera
     
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  15. .A.K.4.7.

    .A.K.4.7. Elite Member

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    Word.
     
  16. Bilnek

    Bilnek Senior Member

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  17. VAsucks

    VAsucks Senior Member

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    [Broken External Image]:http://img688.imageshack.us/img688/1064/sunny161.jpg

    got back my first roll shot with sunny f/16, i had 10 decently exposed pictures out of 24, which is alot better than i expected. that being said i love the canon p. i wish i could get a chance to use a leica because i cant imagine a camera feeling nicer than this.
     
  18. AnotherDead

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  19. kringe

    kringe Senior Member

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    Yeah, he does. Ahaha. But what's wrong with the pictures? Like, I know that the backflip and the overcrooked are out of focus, and there's not enough light on him in the noseblunt, but besides that I'd like to know how to make them better.
     
  20. .A.K.4.7.

    .A.K.4.7. Elite Member

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    Once you move indoors things get tricky with sunny 16, so it's a good idea to have a small light meter on you, but if you limit yourself to being outside, it works beautifully.