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Photography is generally considered the most realistic of the representational visual arts. No one expects sculpture, painting, or any other technique to be a perfect representation of reality, but one of the common measures of photographs is how realistically they portray their subjects. The color, the resolution, the detail – all of these are frequently […]
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For readers of a certain age, The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross (currently available on Netflix, because somebody apparently thought this was a good idea) calls to mind a soft-spoken, perpetually smiling, and possibly chemically-altered white guy with an Afro that would have made the Black Panthers proud talking about “happy little trees.” This […]
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Like so many other cameras I’ve had here at Filmosaur HQ, this little Petri came to me with a problem: the shutter was stuck. Fortunately, my guess that it would be a relatively easy camera to take apart and revive proved correct, and I was left with a nice, clean, and functional example (well, except […]
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Recent months saw me using my two Konica cameras – the Konica III and the Hexar AF – and finding myself impressed with the quality of their respective lenses, as I’ve noted here before. While this might seem like nothing more than a harmless observation, it quickly morphed into an obsessive need for a similar […]
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It has come to my attention that anyone discussing art who wishes to be taken seriously must have a pretentious collection of thoughts that they project upon the world as if they are received wisdom from On High, universally applicable to all humanity in perpetuity. In order to correct this egregious oversight on my part, […]
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