HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. VictorSF

    VictorSF Senior member

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    Thank you!

    The clothes I sew custom-made in Russia, I feel so comfortable, do not go anywhere. Besides, I'm very pleased with the work and understanding, Mr. Pronin. We have a very warm and friendly relations.
    I am firmly in touch with him and his family. And his son, whose name is Gregory (and that is almost my age) helps me in the photo shoot. Those photos, which are the most successful and high quality - the work of his hands.
    Every day on his way from office to home, I drove past their cabin studio. And if possible I go to them. Then we make interesting pictures, I hope so.

    I buy ready-made clothes as in Russia, and on the road, and often order from around the world via the Internet.
     
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    Amazing jacket!
     


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    How dare you interrupt the Victor roadshow? :)

    Casual from me today too...
     


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    I love this sandy-green kit. All of the summer it is appropriate and beautiful.
     


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    отец простит меня, ибо я согрешил.
     
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    Don't forget the operator. I'm sure many can take perfectly crappy shots with a camera like that, like some can make great shots with a telephone camera.
     


  8. LooknGr8

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    First pic here. Linen jacket, argyle socks.

    Canali pants I thrifted, I already had tailor adjust length, are they too long still?

    If you're going crack on it about Monday Night Football, it's already been done, ha, so you'll have to come up with something more original.

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    Very nice quality and mix of colors. I might have gone for a slightly wider tie/ thicker knot. And you are a VERY brave man to let a dark suit near a white cat.
     


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    Pants too long and too big. The shoe doesn't match either. Perhaps wrong thread for this photo :(
     


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    @ LooknGr8

    Too long too big. The shoe doesn't match either. Perhaps wrong thread :(
     


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    NOBD- You are right on the money regarding the operator influence on the quality of Victor's photos. The operator determines the effect of the image. While the capabilities of the camera equipment do play a part it is the composition of visual elements that makes the shot and that comes uniquly from the shooter. As Man Ray is famous for quipping to viewers of his work in 1920's Paris when asked the same question about what type of camera he used- The camera is only a tool- Do you ask Picasso what kind of brush he uses? (paraphrased).

    Regardless- great contributions Victor!
     


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    The trou are maybe a bit long. This outfit seems made for a bowtie.
     


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    Thank you all very, very much :slayer:
     


  15. gnatty8

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    Wore this Friday, but didn't get a chance to post. I was attending a casual event, and didn't want to go tieless but also didn't want to look like the dork who wears business dress while everyone else is wearing Dockers and their favorite polo shirt with the golf/fishing/company logo on the chest.. I figured the chambray would take the edge of the fit so I wouldn't stick out as much..

    That and I don't own any Dockers or polo shirts with golf/fishing/company logos on them.


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