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This #photo shows pretty well, how I make a shot look nice by following simple rules :D
Keep the horizon out of the center of the shot, ramp the #Clarity setting in photoshop's raw development to max and add some #crossprocessing 👍
Also I think this makes a nice #wallpaper. If you want to use it, message me the dimensions and I'll resize and crop it for you!
Today I said good bye to my Mamiya 645 1000s. I really had a good time but it was best for it to go to a good home. Well it didn't go far I sold it to a good buddy of mine and fellow film shooter. I already have a Fuji that shoots 645 so I chose to sell it and get something 6x6 as I regret selling my keiv 60. Maybe a Yashica Mat might be my next cam. #filmcamera #mamiya #mamiya645
I flew with a couple & was fine, took them out of my bag before putting it through the xray machine like you do with phones/laptops just to be safe but no one gave me any problems
@masklayer I wouldn't worry about the lenses - even if they want to have a look inside, that'd be quick. FWIW, I had no issues bringing the D7100, 10-20mm, 30mm, and 300mm along in the carry-on bags.
Batteries, it'd be worth checking to make sure having multiples is okay - the airline's site will have specific info.
Does anyone have tips for flying with camera stuff? I'm going to take as little as possible and have it all in carry-on, but someone told me TSA sometimes wants to inspect lenses/take them off the camera and I'm worried about that. I usually keep a lens on the camera even when in the bag, should I pack it with a body cap on instead?
What about batteries? I'm bringing a ton of batteries...