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pablophotographer

Hello!

You are welcome to look through my pictures and leave comments. All pictures are my copyright.
Critique or advice are always appreciated. As is your time to write it, also.

Similarly, if you think my critique was helpful please remember to nominate it as Constructive Critique. I may not be very as well as I want to be, able to take the pictures I want, but I am happy to make others to improve theirs. Knowledge should be shared for everyone's benefit.

All the best to your photographic journey.
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  • President visits Queen

    It was all over the media. From a photographic point of view I understand that many of our colleagues were using their DSLR's. You may not seen them but you could not miss the distinct sound of the mirrors flipping like the monotonous song of machine...

    4 Jun 2019 9:54AM | Read

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  • Mobile Monday and Me

    Well today was the first day of the Mobile Monday task set kindly by our Critique Gallery mentor, and fellow photographer dudler. I was thrilled to participate. It was announced last week and I had the picture for it two days later, I was so eager t...

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    3 Jun 2019 11:53PM | Read

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  • Today.

    Or as Confucius said "on a day like this, the more you talk, the less I want to listen" One's cleverness is not squared by square frames. The best way to frame is by using your brain to its full capacity understanding the particularity of your subjec...

    25 May 2019 3:23PM | Read

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  • if you hold a Nikon in your hands...

    You should know how the brand from a small manufacturer of optics and photographic equipment became a market leader. Please read the story of David Douglas Duncan who passed away at the age of 102 today. His biography and work are visible here: http...

    8 Jun 2018 2:59PM | Read

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  • man it felt good :)

    I uploaded yesterday this picture taken from my ''proper'' film camera after years :) It felt good. I don't know the exact whereabouts of my film fleet but I guess I will find them eventually and start shooting the films which are waiting patie...

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    27 Apr 2018 12:19AM | Read

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  • Bridging passion

    Hello friends. The picture was taken while I was taking a stroll with my full frame, fully automatic Nikon RD2 35mm film camera, equipped with a fixed Nikon 35mm lens. It was loaded with the now discontinued Kodak Professional BW400CN film which pr...

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    29 Mar 2018 4:27PM | Read

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  • camera-CAR!

    Mon Amis, Dear Friends... I have just come across the biggest camera ever! It does not fit your jacket pocket, nor it stands on a tripod. It has wheels! Check the trailer attached and share the joy of portraiture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...

    15 Mar 2018 1:25PM | Read

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  • In front and behind of the lens

    I recall a picture of myself behind my SLR taken by a friend long time ago. Long before the selfies taken with one arm extended. ''You, in action'' he said when he passed the print to me. Hey, I said, why not taking me one with my face visible? ''Yo...

    2 Mar 2018 8:34PM | Read

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  • Post-Columbian Art by Leo Dohmen

    Hello friends. I know the site has two Belgian photographers at least... but trust me there are many more worth knowing! May I present you Mr. Leo Dohmen He happened to be a chemist and engineer at Agfa Gevaert and Esso, a bartender, an art dea...

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    16 Feb 2018 1:29PM | Read

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  • Mod squad strikes again

    Hello folks! I made a comment and a modification on a picture the other day and I was joined by banehawi of the critique team saying ''I will join the mod squad'' where he offered a modification too. Mod squad strikes again then to a picture taken...

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    8 Feb 2018 8:51AM | Read

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  • Creation and Critique

    I am quoting words of a literature scholar: "Creation of an Artwork and Critique go hand by hand. Art is the attempt of a Creator to communicate. An Artwork without Critique is a monologue. The dialogue of the Critique completes the loop of communica...

    22 Jan 2018 12:11PM | Read

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  • Shooting VISIBLE & INVISIBLE light SIMULTANEOUSLY

    Has been made POSSIBLE after the advent of a new CMOS which uses Graphene and quantum dots instead of silicon... it's cheap to make and it will arrive in the camera you will be holding in your hands.... soon. More info here https://www.eurekalert.o...

    30 May 2017 4:56AM | Read

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  • Milton Rogovin

    Hello friends. I have double checked my blog, and I could not see a mention of the laborious worker of photography, the late Milton Rogovin, a pioneer of social documentary photography capturing the human experience of hard life and perilous labour ...

    13 Mar 2017 2:48AM | Read

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  • Merci pour le mem

    Great French photographer Marc Riboud passed away aged 93 three days ago. Acclaimed photographer, President of Magnum Photos between 1974-1976, well published, dedicated his work to present to the world images from places less accessible to the Wes...

    2 Sep 2016 10:22AM | Read

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  • Torys Whisky

    Like my ancestor who was a merchant navy captain I was fortunate enough to visit beautiful Asian islands during an unforgettable journey several years ago. As a young boy in my grandmother's kitchen I was offered to drink water from a small size glas...

    17 Jul 2016 1:45AM | Read

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