Photography

Lines

Well it is true, I have been doing lines again.

Shinjuku Government Building

I still remember the first time I did lines was when I was at a castle in Turkey about 3 years ago. My equipment was very amateur and I had no idea what I was doing. Eventually it takes over you, but I am still in control.

Tokyo Intl Forum

Now a lot of our money goes to my habit, but I can stop whenever I want. I swear.

Cocoon Building

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6 responses

  1. burstmode

    Of course you can stop anytime…but please don’t!

    I am still struggling with whether to get the Sigma 10-20 or the Tokina 12-24. I can stop anytime, too.

    17 February, 2009 at 2:28 am

  2. Clint

    Haha, thanks. Do you have a flickr account?

    I am loving my wide angle. It was between the Sigma and the Tokina 11-16 for me. But my wife’s D40 won’t AF with the Tokina so I went with the Sigma. The distortion it creates turns out to be surprisingly fun to play with.

    17 February, 2009 at 7:03 am

  3. Clint, when I was having a little excited rave because I have just (yesterday) acquired a Sigma 10-20, Bustmode* suggested I view your shots. What a pleasure it has been! I have enjoyed your commentary along with the images, 🙂 and am only sorry I have to run and pack before exploring your site to its extremities.

    *Burstmode – don’t expect anything like these from my new lens for (cough!) a few years yet!

    3 April, 2009 at 5:43 am

  4. Clint

    Thanks for the kind comments. I think you will love this lens if you like to shoot any kind of landscape or architectural shots. Plus it is fun to mess around with the distortion when taking people shots. I love the punchy colors that this lens is capable of too. You’ll be taking great photos with it a lot sooner than later I am sure!

    3 April, 2009 at 6:50 am

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