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  • Splitzer Technique: The Timezone

    written by kamiraze on 2012-06-11 in #gear #tipster
    Splitzer Technique: The Timezone

    The Splitzer is a great tool for taking control of your shots. Now, you can also start taking control of time! Find out how after the jump!

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  • My 2011 in Analogue: Broader Horizons

    written by kamiraze on 2011-12-30 in #lifestyle
    My 2011 in Analogue: Broader Horizons

    Two thousand eleven to me was a year that broadened my horizon. I tried everything out, every film and every camera I could get my hands on. This led to a very diverse photostream. I filtered out the very best for you to enjoy, like the purest water from a waterfall. My highlights, snapshots I'm proud of, special techniques I learned, star trails--everything I'd like to show off, everything being pieces of my life!

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  • Experiment With All Natural Chemicals!

    written by kamiraze on 2011-08-26 in #gear #tipster
    Experiment With All Natural Chemicals!

    I've got the chance to take home a large batch of limes from work. Now, I like the color and taste of limes, so why not my film?! This small (part 1) tipster is about the effects of acidic lime juice on film!

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  • Quickie Tipster: I Dare You Not to Wind!

    written by kamiraze on 2011-01-11 in #gear #tipster
    Quickie Tipster: I Dare You Not to Wind!

    Having trouble shooting those weird yet fascinating double exposures? It's really easy, as long as you let your camera do the work. This tiny tip will help you!

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  • GLOW Eindhoven 2010: A Photographer's Dream

    written by kamiraze on 2010-12-18 in #world #locations
    GLOW Eindhoven 2010: A Photographer's Dream

    Imagine a walk through downtown Eindhoven at night, killing half an hour to get to the cinema. Suddenly, you see light being projected from one end of the market square to the other and vice versa. Words were being projected on the ground and on buildings. Abstract shapes being projected over people - everything. When I looked down, I felt the ever-ready LC-A+ in my hands, which means there's only one thing to do now: SHOOT!

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