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post #31 of 164
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
'Studio':



Actually just a part of the attic with a few 500 Watt flood lights.

Do you employ actors and actresses, and are they clothed?




- B
post #32 of 164
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Do you employ actors and actresses, and are they clothed?




- B

+1

Also, is this from the same camera that shot these Vass?
post #33 of 164
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Originally Posted by Wes Bourne View Post
'Fraid so.

Frayed knot?
post #34 of 164
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
NOBD, please do some macro shots of tweed jackets ... also, wool flannel.

Check.


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Originally Posted by Threak View Post
Would you be able to assist me in photographing a dust in my rolex?

Send it over.


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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Do you employ actors and actresses, and are they clothed?




- B

Associations, associations... I'm afraid I have to disappoint you.


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Originally Posted by furo View Post
Also, is this from the same camera that shot these Vass?

No, those are from a 400D; mine is a 350D. More important: different lens; my guess is a Canon 50mm 1:1.8 II.
post #35 of 164
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Have you seen this movie recently? I found it insufferably bad...
Watched Metropolitan and Barcelona for the first time about a month ago. I enjoyed both immensely.
post #36 of 164
Thread Starter 







(Natural light for these

Laces and stitching:






Stitching on top of shoe:






Inside the shoe:






More laces:






Crease:



post #37 of 164
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Stitching on heel:






More stitching (side):






Buckle:





(Also shot in natural light.)


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Enough leather for now. I have to admit some of them don't look very attractive from this close. It wasn't my intention to show 'dirty pics'—I was just curious what macro pictures of leather would look like. Maybe fabrics (later on) look somewhat less 'graphic'. Nonetheless, I hope some pictures were interesting.
post #38 of 164
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Originally Posted by AKKA View Post
Very good pictures,whot kind of camera you are using my friend???????

Thank you, AKKA. Canon 350D with this lens:

post #39 of 164
This is one bizarre clothing fetish thread... I like.
post #40 of 164
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This is one bizarre clothing fetish thread... I like.

Hehe. It turned out a bit more bizarre than I had in mind. Glad you like it.
post #41 of 164
Conclusie: suede is lelijk van dichtbij. Weer zo'n stukje maatschappelijk relevante kennis om weg te stoppen op een plek in mijn geheugen waar ik liever niet weder keer.

Lees: ik ben jaloers op je macrolens.
post #42 of 164
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Originally Posted by DutchDaedalus View Post
Conclusie: suede is lelijk van dichtbij. Weer zo'n stukje maatschappelijk relevante kennis om weg te stoppen op een plek in mijn geheugen waar ik liever niet weder keer.

Lees: ik ben jaloers op je macrolens.

Het is wel fijn dat je het nu zeker weet. Glad leer is ook lelijk, vind je niet?
post #43 of 164
Ja nogal, alleen nog maar man made materials voor mij (+4 voor alliteratie).
post #44 of 164
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Ja nogal, alleen nog maar man made materials voor mij (+4 voor alliteratie).

Binnenkort ook plantaardig spul. Kun je dat hebben?
post #45 of 164
Nee, [enter Kabouter W] ik haat dieren [/Kabouter W] daarom draag ik hun huid, ik ben een polyester-man maar leer draag ik uit principe.
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