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  • Street Musican

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-04-26

    in a colored city.

  • These shoes are made for walking

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-05-17

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  • No obstacles in my way....

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-06-07

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  • Jump into the sun

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-09-15

    Honestly, this one is inspired by @suizidekid

  • A Kiss is just a Kiss

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-09-02

    so fall in love with a curious cow....

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  • Summer Days

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-07-27

  • Stripped Window

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-06-07

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  • Rainy Day

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-05-17

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  • I want to ride my bicycle!

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2015-06-19

    ´cause my car is not working anymore!

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  • Oh Captain, my captain!

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2015-08-18

  • #21364718

    shared by wuxiong on 2016-08-04

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  • #21339063

    shared by wuxiong on 2016-07-24

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  • #21339056

    shared by wuxiong on 2016-07-24

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  • #21339064

    shared by wuxiong on 2016-07-24

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  • #21425593

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-09-02

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  • spring soup

    shared by hodachrome on 2016-08-14

    filmsoup

  • spring soup

    shared by hodachrome on 2016-08-14

    filmsoup

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  • #18277671

    shared by kiri-girl on 2013-04-30

    35
  • Rhein Kreis Neuss

    shared by shoujoai on 2012-04-30

    Ein Ausflug im Rhein-Kreis Neuss mit Zwischenstopp zum Makro-Fotografieren im Rapsfeld.

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  • #16609481

    shared by zulupt on 2012-07-23

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  • #11159978

    shared by mephisto19 on 2010-03-28

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  • #10988501

    shared by mrrotivlarbac on 2010-01-27

    I would miss the feeling of being imersed, of being gently touched in every part of the body, of travelling in 3 dimensions, the cooling feeling of a swimming pool dip or a warm shower on a winter morning, a feeling of balance! I would miss returning to the womb whenever i want!

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  • #15103981

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2012-01-12

    Agbodrafo lake

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  • #14479970

    shared by bravebird on 2011-10-16

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  • #12451567

    shared by blackbyrd on 2011-01-16

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  • #12631715

    shared by pussylove on 2011-02-16

    Awesome exhibition @ Mori Museum Tokyo of Odani Motohiko... I feel in love with the wolves dress...

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  • #14741180

    shared by bravebird on 2011-11-20

    Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park in East Java

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  • Frida (negative version)

    shared by jourdanlynch on 2013-09-04

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  • #17659808

    shared by jackpacker on 2013-01-02

  • #17659781

    shared by jackpacker on 2013-01-02

  • #17659812

    shared by jackpacker on 2013-01-02

  • #15203835

    shared by zimmwx on 2012-01-25

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  • #17659817

    shared by jackpacker on 2013-01-02

  • #17659816

    shared by jackpacker on 2013-01-02

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  • Arielle

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-04-16

    in love with a flower

  • Sunrise @ Prater

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2016-04-26

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  • Looking for evol

    shared by titch-shoots on 2016-04-20

  • Looking for evol

    shared by titch-shoots on 2016-04-20

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

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  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.