|Intro:||calin niculae (cal)|
not just hobbies, almost in this order:
furniture, fashion, design
and some other [useful] skills
17.6 years old (multiplied but not too many times)
there’s not only one kind of gray, there are so many shades of gray you’d never be able to count them. from all those textured non-colors comes into view through our eyes, mind and heart the whole wonder of this magnificent world full of light, darkness and colors.
technically, if what you ‘see’ in black & white is ok, you may press the shutter and have already taken a good picture. otherwise...
green-eyed story tellers are always busy, it's something usual...
UPDATE on 2007-june-11th
hi there trekkers,
photography = photo (light) + graphos (to write) = to write/draw with light (ancient greek).
I post here, on TL, two types of photos: easy to get/difficult to process and hard to get but easy enough to process. The artistic impression is a chapter which is of no interest to me when rambling on TL as long as I consider this site to be a "technical perspective on photography" - it's about learning how to use the photo equipment, not to become artists, and photography consists of no more than 4 basic rules.
The reason I'm here is very simple: to share some pictures and a few words with people who consider photography to be different of taking snap-shots and make serious efforts to improve their work.
Your opinions are valuable in the same measure in which you read the title and/or the notes when seeing the picture. I reply using the same rule. I'm not a member of any "club" and I really appreciate good photography of whatever kind, not judging things like I used to do when I was ten years old. I'm not trying to impress anybody, but I like to be impressed by what other people are doing. When they work properly.
|Camera:||canon eos 55, Olympus, Panasonic NVDSC7E, Pentax Spotmatic, Sony Cybershot DSC-F828|
|Note:||Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer
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