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Postby The Lowest One » Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:55 am

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The Lowest One wrote:Got some scans today. Tri-X 400 & Portra 400.

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Postby theXdXman » Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:18 pm

For those of you that shoot film, do you just scan your negatives and then that's it? Do you do any editing to them from there? Or, are you just developing prints from your negatives?
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Postby The Lowest One » Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:47 pm

I've only just started regularly shooting film and I'm transitioning to just film for all my personal shit. Right now, I take my stuff to get developed and scanned. Only changes I ever make are crops.
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Postby human buffet » Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:52 pm

Dev and scan, then very minor contrast and dust spotting if needed. Rarely crop, only if something went wrong and it's worth saving. When I have the time and capacity, I go to a local darkroom to print stuff, but that's hard to arrange. I had a darkroom bootlegged together in my basement a few houses ago, but no proper ventilation... so I could only do about 45 minutes before I got goof'd off the fumes.
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Postby The Lowest One » Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:23 pm

I should clarify by crop I mean correcting lines because my OCD doesn't let me live with stuff that's angled.
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Postby x43x » Sun Dec 10, 2017 12:51 pm

Got to play around with my new gear yesterday. Loving it so far. What does everyone use for file hosting? I used photobucket but deleted my account after they held everyones photos hostage. Does Flickr let you embed images on forums?

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Postby smorgasgeorge » Sun Dec 10, 2017 7:42 pm

The Lowest One wrote:Cross post.

The Lowest One wrote:Got some scans today. Tri-X 400 & Portra 400.

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Postby WaxedCurbs » Sun Dec 10, 2017 8:17 pm

theXdXman wrote:For those of you that shoot film, do you just scan your negatives and then that's it? Do you do any editing to them from there? Or, are you just developing prints from your negatives?


Minor corrections to highlights/shadows and contrast usually. If my files are scanned at a high enough resolution I’ll make prints from there, but it’s very rare that I do. I’m looking into getting a membership with a gallery in my city in the new year, it’ll give me access to a darkroom and I’m hoping to start making my own prints again.
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Postby Kenny Fury » Mon Dec 11, 2017 10:45 am

How come when shooting on manual with a Canon t3i and a 50mm lens (also on manual) the DOF changes between the viewfinder and photo? I will shoot something super shallow and the camera seems to somehow autofocus it to a degree. To test it, Ive shot with the foreground wildly out of focus, but when reviewing the photos, they change to a more discernible image. However, if I am in video movie, and shoot a photo, it will appear exactly as it does on the viewfinder.
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Postby The Lowest One » Mon Dec 11, 2017 1:41 pm

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The Lowest One wrote:Got some scans today. Tri-X 400 & Portra 400.

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Postby rickybomb » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:36 pm

Tight stuff as always in this thread, nice work dudes.

I haven't been able to bring myself to shoot anything for the past few months, the camera just sits and collects dust.

Managed to get one shot that i liked on a trip to Turkey recently, that's it. I miss shooting but it kinda feels pointless right now. Recently developed my two first rolls of film aswell and every frame was shit. Gotta stop comparing myself to everyone else i suppose.

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Postby emacs » Mon Dec 11, 2017 4:27 pm

Kenny Fury wrote:How come when shooting on manual with a Canon t3i and a 50mm lens (also on manual) the DOF changes between the viewfinder and photo? I will shoot something super shallow and the camera seems to somehow autofocus it to a degree. To test it, Ive shot with the foreground wildly out of focus, but when reviewing the photos, they change to a more discernible image. However, if I am in video movie, and shoot a photo, it will appear exactly as it does on the viewfinder.

When you look through the viewfinder on an SLR camera, the aperture of your lens remains wide open no matter what it's set to. This lets in a lot of light, which means you can see clearly through the viewfinder, but it also means you'll be looking at a narrow depth of field. When you take a photo, the lens aperture stops down to whatever you've set it to - if it's set to a value narrower than wide open (probably f/1.8 with your lens), your final photo will end up with greater depth of field - ie. more will be in focus in front of and behind your subject - than what you see through the viewfinder.
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Postby x43x » Mon Dec 11, 2017 4:54 pm

I just went mirrorless and I'm loving the screen in the viewfinder. Oh, and Eye AF for the win.
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Postby The Lowest One » Mon Dec 11, 2017 5:17 pm

rickybomb wrote:Tight stuff as always in this thread, nice work dudes.

I haven't been able to bring myself to shoot anything for the past few months, the camera just sits and collects dust.

Managed to get one shot that i liked on a trip to Turkey recently, that's it. I miss shooting but it kinda feels pointless right now. Recently developed my two first rolls of film aswell and every frame was shit. Gotta stop comparing myself to everyone else i suppose.

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Dope frame. And, dude, don't touch your camera. Sometimes the break is what you really need to refresh and come back to things with fresh eyes and a renewed interest. Two years ago after our wedding season wrapped, I didn't touch my camera for myself for nearly four months. I was burnt and the break did wonders. Just give it time and don't feel bad or pressure yourself about it.

On film, don't sweat that either. I've only recently started taking film serious and I'm transition to predominantly film for all of my personal content. I can say this much, it's just a learning game and takes time. I was getting nothing worth keeping or showing from my rolls and now I'm getting small handfuls each time I get scans back and that's ok. The progression is gradual and I just remind myself of that. I also remind myself the only way I'll ever get consistent with shooting film is to consistently shoot it.

Best of luck and happy shooting (or break from shooting), dude.
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Postby theXdXman » Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:07 pm

rickybomb wrote:Tight stuff as always in this thread, nice work dudes.

I haven't been able to bring myself to shoot anything for the past few months, the camera just sits and collects dust.

Managed to get one shot that i liked on a trip to Turkey recently, that's it. I miss shooting but it kinda feels pointless right now. Recently developed my two first rolls of film aswell and every frame was shit. Gotta stop comparing myself to everyone else i suppose.

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Such a great photo. I think many of us can relate to this feeling. Being a photographer is like chasing the White dragon, man. We'll never catch that motherfucker. For the last two years, I've shot heavily during the spring, summer, and fall, and then took the winter off to work on film development and printing, and then editing my digital stuff. I feel like that has been a nice pace for me. Taking that time off in the winter to focus on other shit besides shooting has made me not go so crazy.

I've really stopped spending time on Tumblr and IG. I'd get into horrible spats where I'd look at others' work and berate and belittle myself. It really did no good for me. Now, I consume the work of others in small doses. Try to just do you, man. The shit you post in here is always on point.
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Postby Kenny Fury » Tue Dec 12, 2017 11:49 am

emacs wrote:
Kenny Fury wrote:How come when shooting on manual with a Canon t3i and a 50mm lens (also on manual) the DOF changes between the viewfinder and photo? I will shoot something super shallow and the camera seems to somehow autofocus it to a degree. To test it, Ive shot with the foreground wildly out of focus, but when reviewing the photos, they change to a more discernible image. However, if I am in video movie, and shoot a photo, it will appear exactly as it does on the viewfinder.

When you look through the viewfinder on an SLR camera, the aperture of your lens remains wide open no matter what it's set to. This lets in a lot of light, which means you can see clearly through the viewfinder, but it also means you'll be looking at a narrow depth of field. When you take a photo, the lens aperture stops down to whatever you've set it to - if it's set to a value narrower than wide open (probably f/1.8 with your lens), your final photo will end up with greater depth of field - ie. more will be in focus in front of and behind your subject - than what you see through the viewfinder.


And this is true for the LCD display as well? So the answer might be to close the aperture a little more and let in a little less light to get an image truer to what Im seeing? Thanks for taking the time to explain btw
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Postby rickybomb » Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:02 pm

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rickybomb wrote:Tight stuff as always in this thread, nice work dudes.

I haven't been able to bring myself to shoot anything for the past few months, the camera just sits and collects dust.

Managed to get one shot that i liked on a trip to Turkey recently, that's it. I miss shooting but it kinda feels pointless right now. Recently developed my two first rolls of film aswell and every frame was shit. Gotta stop comparing myself to everyone else i suppose.

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Dope frame. And, dude, don't touch your camera. Sometimes the break is what you really need to refresh and come back to things with fresh eyes and a renewed interest. Two years ago after our wedding season wrapped, I didn't touch my camera for myself for nearly four months. I was burnt and the break did wonders. Just give it time and don't feel bad or pressure yourself about it.

On film, don't sweat that either. I've only recently started taking film serious and I'm transition to predominantly film for all of my personal content. I can say this much, it's just a learning game and takes time. I was getting nothing worth keeping or showing from my rolls and now I'm getting small handfuls each time I get scans back and that's ok. The progression is gradual and I just remind myself of that. I also remind myself the only way I'll ever get consistent with shooting film is to consistently shoot it.

Best of luck and happy shooting (or break from shooting), dude.


Thanks man. Yeah, I just need to let it rest for a while if it doesn't come naturally. I guess it is a learning experience, but right now with already feeling down regarding shooting phots, it was kind of a double blow. Are the prices in the U.S as crazy as here in Sweden for developing? 60 bucks for 64 frames is crazy.

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rickybomb wrote:Tight stuff as always in this thread, nice work dudes.

I haven't been able to bring myself to shoot anything for the past few months, the camera just sits and collects dust.

Managed to get one shot that i liked on a trip to Turkey recently, that's it. I miss shooting but it kinda feels pointless right now. Recently developed my two first rolls of film aswell and every frame was shit. Gotta stop comparing myself to everyone else i suppose.

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Such a great photo. I think many of us can relate to this feeling. Being a photographer is like chasing the White dragon, man. We'll never catch that motherfucker. For the last two years, I've shot heavily during the spring, summer, and fall, and then took the winter off to work on film development and printing, and then editing my digital stuff. I feel like that has been a nice pace for me. Taking that time off in the winter to focus on other shit besides shooting has made me not go so crazy.

I've really stopped spending time on Tumblr and IG. I'd get into horrible spats where I'd look at others' work and berate and belittle myself. It really did no good for me. Now, I consume the work of others in small doses. Try to just do you, man. The shit you post in here is always on point.


Thanks for the kind words man, really appreciated. Yeah, i definitely do that belittling stuff whenever i check this thread/photo ig's i follow. Makes me feel like my frames were shot by a high school kid who just got their first dslr. I guess i need to trim down on the shit i follow on instagram for my own good, because everytime i update my feed it's like 10 new, bonkers photos that make me feel like an ass, haha.
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Postby The Lowest One » Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:15 pm

I am spending about an average of $115.00 each time I drop of for scan and dev. That usually consists of a few rolls of 120 and two rolls of 35mm (36 frames per roll). I do FTP delivery and usually get large scans.
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Postby SweetestLou » Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:51 am

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theXdXman wrote:For those of you that shoot film, do you just scan your negatives and then that's it? Do you do any editing to them from there? Or, are you just developing prints from your negatives?


Minor corrections to highlights/shadows and contrast usually. If my files are scanned at a high enough resolution I’ll make prints from there, but it’s very rare that I do. I’m looking into getting a membership with a gallery in my city in the new year, it’ll give me access to a darkroom and I’m hoping to start making my own prints again.


I make minor corrections to my scans but never overwhelming editing that changes the tones or colors of the picture. For me thats part of the lust I have for film. Not having to go in and make these drastic changes and shit. Plus the point of the different types of films is because they each have their own looks and feels, so why go in and change them?

WaxedCurbs, that sounds awesome! I've never made my own prints in a darkroom but I'm considering taking a class at a gallery here in Seattle in a few months if the time works out.
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Postby The Lowest One » Wed Dec 13, 2017 10:03 am

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Postby The Lowest One » Thu Dec 14, 2017 7:08 pm

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Practice. Want to get better at this sort of bright and colorful still life/product sort of thing just to have it in my wheelhouse. Need to get some colorful seamless though and get a better grip on the light & processing of these types of images.
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Postby donuts » Sun Dec 31, 2017 10:26 am

Finally about to scoop a X100T, can’t wait to get shooting again.
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Postby theXdXman » Tue Jan 02, 2018 7:35 pm

hey, guys, i finally started working on a website, and recently started blogging. peep it, if that's your jam

http://www.dandonnarumma.com/blog/
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Postby SweetestLou » Thu Jan 04, 2018 1:47 pm

theXdXman wrote:hey, guys, i finally started working on a website, and recently started blogging. peep it, if that's your jam

http://www.dandonnarumma.com/blog/

:smt001 peeped and liked
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Postby The Lowest One » Thu Jan 04, 2018 4:34 pm

Looks really great, Dan!
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Postby The Lowest One » Thu Jan 04, 2018 4:41 pm

I really don't like sharing the weddings/couples based work here anymore, but I did want to share this. It's our "best of 2017" and it's 29 photos (one from each wedding). I used to go crazy overboard with these and post millions of images trying to show how artsy and shit, or whatever I was, yadda, yadda, yadda, but this year I treated the image selection way different. Instead of all kinds or portraits and stuff like that, I mixed in a lot more moments and documentation.

You can see them all of you're interested here: http://aaronandwhitney.com/year-two-thousand-seventeen-best-2017/

*Half of what's in the blog post was also shot by my wife, Whit, but below are mine.

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Postby The Lowest One » Mon Jan 08, 2018 3:57 pm

Submitted for the 2018 NY Portfolio Review today. Fully expecting to not get it, but glad that I got over my fear and submitted. Submission below. Anyone else submit? Would love to see what people threw in the ring if so.

Project 1 - Joplin Tornado

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Postby human buffet » Mon Jan 08, 2018 7:05 pm

Rode along with Daughters last month to the last Dillinger Escape Plan shows and made this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdD3_MukyfY
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Postby The Lowest One » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:34 am

cross post from film thread. part of a new project i am working on.

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Postby donuts » Fri Jan 19, 2018 3:39 pm

Ended up getting an X100F, it's great.

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Postby spsp » Fri Jan 19, 2018 4:50 pm

donuts wrote:Ended up getting an X100F, it's great.

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have you played with the grain feature at all? I have an x100t and it sounds silly, but I kind of really want it. not gonna buy a new x100 series just for that though.
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Postby donuts » Fri Jan 19, 2018 6:56 pm

haven’t played around with it enough yet!
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Postby Droog » Sun Jan 21, 2018 4:41 am

What good photographers should i follow on instagram?
Jane Pain i like to follow, so in that vein or just some other solid camerapersons :smt026
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Postby The Lowest One » Tue Jan 23, 2018 10:20 am

Some new stuff. Mix of digital and film.

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Postby theXdXman » Tue Jan 23, 2018 8:33 pm

hey, everyone, i need some help. i've been noticing that some of my images get this weird, pixelated, like, noise in the them. i'm not sure how to best describe it. primarily, it's happening in photos where there's a good amount of sky in the image. i've also noticed it's seems to be happening with the one VSCO preset that i like to use, but not a different one. adjusting the noise seems to help, but not entirely. on my computer, the issue isn't too bad, however, it becomes very noticeable when looking at the image on my phone.

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when posting images to instagram, i'm using lightrooms app to share the photo directly from there, so i'm not sure if that's what's causing the issue. in messing around with other VSCO presets that I don't use, I notice that it's in issue with some and not others.

some of my images also get these weird streaks in the sky as well. i'm not sure what the issue is, but it's super frustrating. anyone have any ideas what the hell is going on?
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Postby human buffet » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:01 pm

Probably file compression issues. Try exporting at a higher quality if you're not above like 85. If that's not it... I dunno.
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Postby human buffet » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:06 pm

Old Newbury Bonfire. Xpro2 with the 18mm

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Postby The Lowest One » Fri Jan 26, 2018 3:29 pm

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The Lowest One wrote:Anyone in here fuck with open submissions for exhibits or apply for grants?
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Postby theXdXman » Thu Feb 01, 2018 7:19 am

human buffet wrote:Probably file compression issues. Try exporting at a higher quality if you're not above like 85. If that's not it... I dunno.


looks like a color banding issue, which i never heard of until aaron told me, so thanks to both of you guys for offering advice and insight on fixing this issue. shit has been super frustrating, so now I've gotta correct the problem.

for those of you that have experienced color banding, is it an issue with how the image was shot that causes the problem?
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Postby The Lowest One » Wed Feb 07, 2018 1:08 pm

Fucking with abstractions (all digital).

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Postby ARTripoli » Fri Feb 09, 2018 4:53 pm

Haven't posted on here in months. Just got caught up and there's been so much good shit in here. Got me debating a Fuji 645.

Moving to NYC (BK to be exact) this summer. So if anyone wants to kick it, hmu.

Here's a dump of some digital and some film.

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More on my blog: www.scumoftheslum.com

OH, and I recently re-worked my whole portfolio if anyone is interested: www.artripoli.com

Curating like 6 pages down to 1 was hell.
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Postby dazprospect » Sat Feb 10, 2018 6:09 am

Dunno if this is the best place to ask or not, but anyone got or used a Sony A6300? I’m looking for something that’s a bit of an all rounder for photos and that’ll shoot 4K. I can get one for £700 and seems like the best deal at the moment.
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Postby k-shaps » Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:29 pm

Haven't been in here in a minute. I finally got off my ass and put some prints up. All 35mm from a Contax T3

http://kyleshapiro.bigcartel.com/
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Postby dazprospect » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:02 am

Ended up ordering a G7, looks to be a good all rounder.
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Postby WaxedCurbs » Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:27 am

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ARTripoli wrote:Haven't posted on here in months. Just got caught up and there's been so much good shit in here. Got me debating a Fuji 645.

Moving to NYC (BK to be exact) this summer. So if anyone wants to kick it, hmu.

Here's a dump of some digital and some film.

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More on my blog: http://www.scumoftheslum.com

OH, and I recently re-worked my whole portfolio if anyone is interested: http://www.artripoli.com

Curating like 6 pages down to 1 was hell.


Dude all of these are so great, and I defintely recommend the 645!!
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Postby The Lowest One » Sat Feb 17, 2018 12:34 pm

Wrote/recorded a song and made a video for it. If you're in orchestral-style instrumentals and NYC, check it out.



I also do not do video, but am definitely into it.
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Postby gman EB » Mon Feb 19, 2018 3:47 pm

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ARTripoli wrote:Haven't posted on here in months. Just got caught up and there's been so much good shit in here. Got me debating a Fuji 645.

Moving to NYC (BK to be exact) this summer. So if anyone wants to kick it, hmu.

Here's a dump of some digital and some film.

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More on my blog: http://www.scumoftheslum.com

OH, and I recently re-worked my whole portfolio if anyone is interested: http://www.artripoli.com

Curating like 6 pages down to 1 was hell.


Dude all of these are so great, and I defintely recommend the 645!!


Seriously Tony. Been loving the work you've been posting lately.
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