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24/11/2015 - 5:01 PM

Some people like betting...

...and they play for the money, or the thrills. Money can not buy you health. So you can bet I don't do betting. Photography gives me sufficient thrills. I stood in the rain preparing the camera (film SLR loaded with black and white film) under the umbrella. I took it out of the bag and checked ...

20/11/2015 - 10:32 PM

It keeps going strong

Despite having received various bumps here and there. It has dints, date clock stopped at about 10 years ago, but my Nikon RD2, automatic rangefinder with a fixed 35mm lens, can make me still proud and happy. To the loving memory of the kind soul of NG who is not here to dine with me anymore. And to...


The subject title has been used in my latest critique of a picture today, 01 Oct 2015. Care to find it in ephotozine? Finders Keepers. Peace. pablophotographer


Check my portfolio on that date ;)

17/06/2015 - 11:55 PM

Remembering Kurt Vonnegut

''Go into the arts. I'm no kidding. The arts are nit a way to make a living. They are a very human way of making life more bearable. Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven's sake. Sing in the shower, dance to the radio, tell stories. Write a poem ...


It is some time now I am reading people's comments about how people look at a picture and where their glance falls first. A plethora of people tend to think that people ''read pictures'' from left to right. I am not convinced. I was sent an academic paper from one contributor to the site which...


Hello everyone. I am over the moon having found how to create double exposures on film with my modest SLR camera :) After having taken one shot as normal, I push the film release button found on the bottom of the camera, wind up the shutter and take a shot again! Enjoy!

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It is not long ago that I blogged about future Classic cameras. What special features could they have, or have not? Leica has caused a stir following its decision of to produce a digital camera that LACKS the REAR LCD SCREEN. I honestly believe that it will become a future Classic. You can ha...

01/10/2014 - 1:42 PM

Here's to the future Classics!

A thought based on Renault's New Twingo Hello all! The New Twingo is a new city car that breaks the mould of front engined, front wheel transmission vehicles, by having its engine at the back and the transmission to the back wheels, yes just like the Porsche 911. The idea to built a tiny cit...

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Hello all, if you live or visit Lucerne, Switzerland, do not miss the chance to shoot this publicly displayed sculpture called ''Tension-Energy'' (by K. Varotsos) which was recently voted the best outdoors sculpture to grace a Swiss road by the public radio SFR3 listeners. The sculpture consists...

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07/03/2014 - 2:43 AM


Hello all. Yesterday I took a stroll on the park. The camera was in the shoulder bag I was carrying. I shot three frames on film but actually I shot another two from a mobile phone. A lady was at the park I was visiting taking pictures of a statue... ''Do you want me to take you a picture?''...


Chuck Close is a photographer that shoots for Vanity Fair. In the link below he discusses the use of analogue technology and the principles he puts to work. Enjoy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVREFVLxhNo

01/02/2014 - 11:54 AM

I missed the meeting

Today, which is unfortunate...(sort of, as it rains heavily now) but the misery is that there was an attempted breaking-in my flat... naaah, I 'd better see things the bright way, I scarred-off whoever it was. hypertension kept me awake all night.. I forgot how many hours awake I am currently cl...

08/01/2014 - 12:56 PM

For the attention of Alan Hardy

My two alternative frames for a picture Alan has uploaded.


Photoreporter, now aged 89, has been awarded recently from the president of Greek Photoreporters for his contribution to the selective memory of humanity. He still goes to his office everyday, waiting a call for work. Some friends called him 'the Bear' for his presence. U.S. General Colin Powell ...