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  • #21110676

    shared by suizidekid on 2016-04-06

    testing the Daguerreotype Achromat in Nice/France; ......... special thanks to @roxyvonschlotterstein for giving me the Film as a gift.

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  • #21110671

    shared by suizidekid on 2016-04-06

    testing the Daguerreotype Achromat in Nice/France; ......... special thanks to @roxyvonschlotterstein for giving me the Film as a gift.

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  • #21110679

    shared by suizidekid on 2016-04-06

    testing the Daguerreotype Achromat in Nice/France; ......... special thanks to @roxyvonschlotterstein for giving me the Film as a gift.

  • #21110680

    shared by suizidekid on 2016-04-06

    testing the Daguerreotype Achromat in Nice/France; ......... special thanks to @roxyvonschlotterstein for giving me the Film as a gift.

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  • #18159384

    shared by shanti929 on 2013-04-09

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  • #21067645

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067643

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067631

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067630

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067629

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067644

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

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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.

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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.

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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.

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  • #21083565

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-24

    2nd part of the Burkina Portrait project, this time with the fantastic Rolleiflex Automat :)

  • #21083550

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-24

    2nd part of the Burkina Portrait project, this time with the fantastic Rolleiflex Automat :)

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  • #21083557

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-24

    2nd part of the Burkina Portrait project, this time with the fantastic Rolleiflex Automat :)

  • #21083563

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-24

    2nd part of the Burkina Portrait project, this time with the fantastic Rolleiflex Automat :)

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  • #21093309

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

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  • #21093307

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093299

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093295

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

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  • #21093298

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093292

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093293

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093291

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093302

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

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  • #21055412

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

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  • #21055408

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

  • #21055411

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

  • #21055404

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

  • #21055403

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

  • #21055413

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

  • #21055405

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

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  • #21055414

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session

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  • #21047605

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-07

    After the long travel, it feeled good to be in Nouna and I enjoyed the beautiful garden of the "Touba" guesthouse where we stayed to make some first shots with the Jupiter3+ lens mounted on my Canon P. I also took some shots of little Felix, the son of our tenants who was so sweet and always willing to be photographed. Later, we made a visit to the traditional district chief and I asked him his authorization to take pictures of the people of Nouna for my portraits project. He agreed for it and was willing to take the pose with his family for some portraits: the realisation of the project had started! :)

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  • #21047606

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-07

    After the long travel, it feeled good to be in Nouna and I enjoyed the beautiful garden of the "Touba" guesthouse where we stayed to make some first shots with the Jupiter3+ lens mounted on my Canon P. I also took some shots of little Felix, the son of our tenants who was so sweet and always willing to be photographed. Later, we made a visit to the traditional district chief and I asked him his authorization to take pictures of the people of Nouna for my portraits project. He agreed for it and was willing to take the pose with his family for some portraits: the realisation of the project had started! :)

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  • #21047603

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-07

    After the long travel, it feeled good to be in Nouna and I enjoyed the beautiful garden of the "Touba" guesthouse where we stayed to make some first shots with the Jupiter3+ lens mounted on my Canon P. I also took some shots of little Felix, the son of our tenants who was so sweet and always willing to be photographed. Later, we made a visit to the traditional district chief and I asked him his authorization to take pictures of the people of Nouna for my portraits project. He agreed for it and was willing to take the pose with his family for some portraits: the realisation of the project had started! :)

  • #21047591

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-07

    After the long travel, it feeled good to be in Nouna and I enjoyed the beautiful garden of the "Touba" guesthouse where we stayed to make some first shots with the Jupiter3+ lens mounted on my Canon P. I also took some shots of little Felix, the son of our tenants who was so sweet and always willing to be photographed. Later, we made a visit to the traditional district chief and I asked him his authorization to take pictures of the people of Nouna for my portraits project. He agreed for it and was willing to take the pose with his family for some portraits: the realisation of the project had started! :)

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  • #21047602

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-07

    After the long travel, it feeled good to be in Nouna and I enjoyed the beautiful garden of the "Touba" guesthouse where we stayed to make some first shots with the Jupiter3+ lens mounted on my Canon P. I also took some shots of little Felix, the son of our tenants who was so sweet and always willing to be photographed. Later, we made a visit to the traditional district chief and I asked him his authorization to take pictures of the people of Nouna for my portraits project. He agreed for it and was willing to take the pose with his family for some portraits: the realisation of the project had started! :)

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  • Pulse of the city

    shared by vicuna on 2015-09-11

    Walking through NYC and feeling the pulse of the city...

  • Pulse of the city

    shared by vicuna on 2015-09-11

    Walking through NYC and feeling the pulse of the city...

  • Pulse of the city

    shared by vicuna on 2015-09-11

    Walking through NYC and feeling the pulse of the city...