^Great photography UC - I'd be interested to know your settings (you can PM) if you know. VIntage Brooks suit? The boots w/ the suit are not my thing (would've liked suede chukkas) but you've got the swagger to pull it off. Killer lapels!
Originally Posted by Kaplan
Not a paisley fan, but this is very cool.
Originally Posted by PandArts
More hate and suit envy comin' your way
Originally Posted by MrChris
UrbanComposition (pattern clashing) - Nice stuff, really like that shirt.
Originally Posted by Holdfast
I can never quite "get" wearing boots with suits (yeah, yeah, traditional, etc, etc), but this still all works very well indeed. The paisley tie is just leery enough.
Originally Posted by spoozy
Great PG pose...and great stuff, for sure.
Originally Posted by Threadbearer
Not a fan of the big, clunky boots in this particular application. Even taking the hang-glider lapels into account, I still think the suit is too sleek for those boots.
Originally Posted by Knucklehead
@ UrbanComposition; Those boots look fantastic with the suit. The suit says "I'm the boss, so don't fuck with me" and the boots say "I'll beat your ass if you fuck with me."
^ Thanks fellas. Suit is Vintage BB. Whenever there's a chance of showers in the Bay Area, the boots come on. These are some vintage pair with cotton lining, practically bulletproof, and look like regular captoes when standing. Just picked up some Alden cordovan captoe boots, my first pair of Aldens evar. I'd scoop up all of NYR's if I were his size For those interested, I use a variety of cameras. If you have a smaller digital, use the Portrait setting, which does a decent job of what a DSLR does. If you've got a DSLR: open the aperture all the way, which creates a shallow depth-of-field. Adjust the exposure/shutter speed accordingly. Or you can set it to Aperture Priority, which allows you to manually adjust the aperture & the camera makes the exposure/shutter speed automagically. Post production edits are courtesy of Aperture & onOne plugins (which also work for Photoshop).
Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon
Could be the way you're standing, but I think the trou might be a touch too long.
Hey Sterling- any chance you can do another WAYWRN in your jacket made from Bateman Ogden Glenhunt? I was exploring fabric, ran across a reference, and ran across one of your older shots; it whetted my thirst, and serendipitously you post tonight.