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We live in a time where nearly every child owns a cellphone, and where every cellphone houses a camera of considerable quality. Never has it been easier to take pictures than it is now. From grandmothers, to high school memequeens, and sub-80-IQ urban youths, everybody is snapping shots of themselves and their surroundings. Even NEETS.138 posts and 124 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
Imageboards like Wizardchan and others often have their own photography generals, where the userbase of isolated and alienated nobodies use their tremendous amount of free time to document reality in artistic and aesthetically pleasing ways through the medium of the artificial eye.
Hopefully this thread will encourage our own inhabitants to stretch their artistic muscles and learn to think creatively visually. The picture in this post is the first photo ever taken. Captured by the Frenchman Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 at his estate in Burgandy, this blurry vision would change the world. It gave human beings the ability to truly see the world, as another human being sees it, not as an abstraction, or a representation, but as a real documentation of life from another man's eyes.
So Anon, what does life look like from your eyes?
These are some good album covers if I've ever seen any
>>1868>Landscaper but uses Canon>Landscaper but has a compact 2+2 car>Landscaper but uses FF aspect ratio
Who was the funny man
APS-C has 3:2 too if that's what you mean, only MFT is different. Or maybe you were taking about 4x5.
My guess because of the Lapovac thing is that it was some Slav anon making fun of himself so that would explain the car.
>>1882>Or maybe you were taking about 4x5
8x10 is the usual pretentious landscape ratio due to medium format but 3:2 and even, dare i say it, 4:3 work just as well. It all comes down to composition despite what filmfags say.>Slav anon making fun of himself so that would explain the car.
I could really use a 00's Easytronic Chevy desu, self-hating slavs for the sake of westernizing is weird. Also i thought slavs had Opel cars rather than Chevies.