/rpt/ Recent photo thread

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/rpt/ Recent photo thread. Drop some flics.
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what should I have done better?

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Used my phone for this picture. Is the color of the water kind of weird? I was at the beach, I live on a tropical island with clear blue water
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sharing some pics i made in the last months, pls let me know what you think
any feedback and tips are appreciated, just started with photography and want to become better
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.Am I .A talented Photographer?
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what can a camera buff tell me about the Sony a7. when I look for reviews all I find are buzzwords.
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What is the most beautiful camera body ever made?
Speaking aesthetically only
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/gear/ - Gear thread: one is not enough edition

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y'all gearfag so much we need a second one
second one: >>3764390
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Michael Schmidt - Waffenruhe

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>In Waffenruhe, Schmidt shows West Berlin shortly before the fall of the wall by combining portraits of youths with images of non-specific sites bordering the wall and the wall itself. As is characteristic of his work, it is the arrangement of the individual photographs and the use of high contrasts — the interplay and dialogue between the multi-layered images — that gives the images their distinct meaning, revealing the correlation between historical events and individual biographies.
>Schmidt evokes a world of ruptures and absences that eschews a confident, comprehensive point of view. The images work with Schleef's text to create a brusque, entirely individual perspective on the fragility of human existence.

Photobook Flip Through:

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What did she mean by this?
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