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A secret agent from behind the Iron Curtain!

Posted on 10/08/2012 01:14:04 PM

“Come in, come in….Ilya Kuryakin here…..have gained entry to Thrush labs….have possession of Zorki…” Sounds like a real live excerpt from that famous TV show The Man from Uncle, doesn’t it? I must admit, I am a confirmed fan of that series…espec..

A little more about bad-boy Nobuyoshi Araki!

Posted on 09/27/2012 11:23:16 AM

We've all heard about Mr Nobuyoshi, or to give him his nickname, Mr Araki. But although we've heard of him and seen some of his work, it's still kinda difficult to understand what makes this guy tick, or what kind of a person he his. So in this post, I'm going to try and do just that, by present..

Looking for a twin lens reflex camera? I can help you decide

Posted on 09/20/2012 02:12:55 PM

For anyone who wishes to start using film cameras, there could be no better idea than to begin with a twin lens reflex medium format camera (tlr from now on!). There are many reasons for picking one of these cameras rather than the normal 35mm range. Firstly, using a tlr will teach you to slow d..

{Egyptian Elegance} Wedding Candy Buffet Inspiration

Posted on 09/18/2012 11:46:20 AM

Principles in Action upcoming wedding features a grand candy buffet inspired by the Egyptian culture. I am really excited to showcase the history. Today, I am sharing a few inspirational shots with which I will be working to create a candy buffet for my bride and groom!   The colors that blend..

About Image Backing Up and Backups

Posted on 09/11/2012 09:44:19 PM

I have been at this computing business for a very long time now.  My first experience was in 1964, in the bad old days of punchcards and Fortran II.  Punchcards for all their short comings had one advantage.  Short of physically destroying the card they never lost any data and if unre..

The Missing Bride. Philadelphia Wedding Photographer

Posted on 09/07/2012 04:53:31 PM

The wedding day is a lot of things: romantic, exciting, incredibly busy, maybe even (at times) hectic. Marissa and Noah were married Saturday at The Loews Hotel. We had an early start and Marissa and Noah had been making photographs for quite awhile, including a session around Philadelphia, and now ..

Nicole and Ed. Philadelphia Wedding Photography

Posted on 09/07/2012 03:12:43 PM

Nicole and Ed were married at The Bascillica of Sts Peter and Paul in Philadelphia.  Chris Hensel provided the wedding photography.  Nicole prepared for her wedding at Loews Hotel  in Philadelphia.  Chris met her there and began photographing as she prepared for he..

Philadelphia Wedding Photographer.

Posted on 09/07/2012 03:10:37 PM

Philadelphia wedding photography: The missing bride The wedding day is a lot of things: romantic, exciting, incredibly busy, maybe even (at times) hectic. Marissa and Noah were married Saturday at The Loews Hotel. We had an early start and Marissa and Noah had been making photographs for quite..

Philadelphia Wedding Photographer.

Posted on 09/07/2012 03:09:19 PM

I have been photographing weddings in Philadelphia for more then 15 years.  I have extensive experience at every upscale venue from Wilmington DE to Princeton NJ.  Philadelphia is a great city for the discerning bride.  There are many hotels, ballrooms and more intimate venues for any..

A little more about the Yashica D twin lens reflex camera

Posted on 08/13/2012 10:38:15 AM

Hot on the heels of my last post about this camera, because of the impact it apparently has had, and also due to numerous requests for more information, I am doing just that for you! Let’s start with the basics; what is so good about this Yashica compared to the other models? Well. for sure..

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