Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
turning a new leaf, gonna wear D&G now.
Nothing could possibly make you look worse than going that style route.
getting ready for that D&G Spring 2012. I feel ya. Should prepare myself now.
Nice. What are the shoes? Comey's?
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these were awesome.
I believe it's a Danish brand.
Not necessarily—but indeed easier than with a wide angle lens. In theory, a focal point of 50mm (35mm equivalent) will get you the most realistic result, since that's the "focal point" of the human eye.
Another tip to prevent distortion is to hold the camera straight (don't point it up or down). If you don't hold it straight, you can make people (or yourself) look torso-less or leg-less, whatever you choose. I would check that before changing to low or high rise trousers...
Leg-less b/c I'm shooting from above. I'd go out in the backyard, but it's half-flooded.
^Gap shirt looks good on you. Once it cools down, I think your grey DR would look good over that
Closeup of the shirt pattern?
What style and what sorta motos were you guys building? Yeah, I feel ya about money pits. My build is a 1981 Yamaha XS650 chopper/bobber that I bought running for $1200. I'm about $4500 into this now including the original price of the donor bike. But I did a lootttt of engine work, and I'm basically reworking everything on the bike.
I am doing the limited amount of fabrication my tools will allow. But I don't have a welder or anything that I really need so I can't fab a lot. I ended up buying stuff like the bars, gas tank, and other bits. But I am also modifying and reworking a lot of the old parts to suit the new style.
Yah? Thanks. Gonna hook me up with nakey pics of your wife now?
Jslade: Mind telling me what those last pants were? the fit is spot on.
Thanks, I'll give that a shot. FWIW, got a medium tall, then had the body slimmed and cropped so I could wear it untucked.
Stolen from the Gap web site:
same old shit
So have you tried out the more recent Incotex/Mabitex? I don't imagine you'll find a lower rise than on their slimmest models. (Plus the Incotex with a few percent elasticine or whatever are like the most comfortable pants of all time).
@Tonio: Post moar fits; I'm forgetting how to dress! :/
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