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according to Buddha
Just relax, because only in relaxation will you realize what is hidden in you.
walking on the sidewalk, it’s hotter than a match head, head, head, head
Well well. It starts looking like streetphotography. Nice.
this was fun…the iphone was not threatening to people…look for more to come…i’m loving it! thanks kindly Han 🙂
It’s between your ears. A Fuji x100 won’t be threatening to people as well. It looks like a small cam but has great potential if you know what you’re doing.
I use my Canon Eos 5D mk2 with batterygrip and huge lenses, it looks big and proffessional and still it works.
Look friendly, be nice.
That’s all there is to it.
i know…and now i have to practice…now i have a ‘real’ camera…travelling this summer so i hope i get to a computer along the way…thanks Han!
ps. i am nice most of the time. 😉
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