22 January 2012









RAUH Welt-BEGRIFF // 柏市
RAUH Welt-BEGRIFF // at Kashiwa

4 comments:

  1. ugh, I love em. Such great shots in low light that I can't achieve. Any advice for that kind of setting?

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  2. can't achieve? man, those shots of the green datsun on your page are unbelievably crisp! how'd you get those? the one of mr. nakai is a bit too grainy, but i really like his expression in that one. only thing i know to do is use a quick lens, and the only one within my budget was the 50mm 1.8. super cheap and i've been using it non-stop since i got it. i really want the 35mm 1.4m but its around ¥150,000.

    i'm still unsure of what i'm doing when i operate a camera. i feel that composition-wise, i'm beginning to get things down the way i want, but i never know which settings to use in any given situation. these are the few that came out well when a large percentage of the images i took weren't useable. i'm just gonna try to give myself as many chances to take photos as i can, so i can practice and get familiar with my camera.

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  3. same here with getting familiar with the camera. It's just frustrating taking dozens of photos to have only a few good ones. The LCD screen on the back is very misleading.

    as for lenses, I do have a few in mind but it all comes down to money. I am sure you can appreciate that.

    I forget, what camera are you using?

    I think your composition is amazing. I don't have the attention to detail that you and other have and don't put enough effort in to getting the right angle and such. that's ADD for you :)

    in regards to the Datsun, that's all tripod and I wish I could carry it around wherever I went. without it, low light shots are impossible for me. is it me? the camera? I just did an interview with the owner of TRIAL and the one shot, the one shot that looked great, is just blurry enough to be shit.

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  4. yeah, totally understood. i feel ya. i'm using a nikon d90, but as you know investing serious lenses is much more important than the camera, which i've yet to do.

    i shot some street drifting recently with my friends from mayday garage, and their shots were fantastic, while i only came out with a handful of useable ones out of the hundreds i attempted. their work is amazing: http://maydaygarage.com/2012/01/14/another-all-nighter-with-the-locals-drift-edition/

    keep at it! catch you later.

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