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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.

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  1. artishard116

    artishard116 Senior member

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  2. DLester

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    yay cool the kid, looks good . . . . no more thrift shop 1987 "Christian Dior" trench coat 3x too large tailored down to 2x too large.
     
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  3. in stitches

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    if that is the case i will pay good money for your mirror.


    odd. i have been doing that since my first pic. i have posted hundreds of photos that way without any issues. weird that yours is not working. good luck.


    i mostly agree with this. i get some really great detail shots with my phone, and some good full length ones. but for certain next level shots, and certainly full body pics with detail, you do need at least a decent camera, imo.
     
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  4. A Fellow Linguist

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    It finally got cold!

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    Sarti / ToJ / Handknit (no vis) / Brooklyn Tailors (kinda vis) / Acne / Buttero
     
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  5. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    Any tips or apps for taking non-horrible indoor shots with an iphone?
     
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    Light. Natural light really.

    Goes for any photo - phone or slr.
     
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    RegisDB9 Rico Suave

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    It was POR VOCAÇÃO but they sold out I believe, interestingly the Yoox price is cheaper. I am a 45 with socks in GATS and I take a full size down since I wear them sock less so I got the 44, this was per the instructions of the Margiela Boutique and they were right the fit is nice, not too snug not too tight
     
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    Nice. Who makes the wool jacket?

    EDIT: Or I guess that's a close-up of the shirt, bleh... :plain:
     
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    the only decent-ish ones i ever get indoor are standing close to walls behind me, almost in a corner, with windows behind me that have the shades down. letting in some natural light, but no so much that they diffuse the color and contrast. also, there should be a soft light in the room in front of you to keep the pic from being too dark. in mine the top comes out ok i think, but often the bottom is very dark, might be a camera angle thing. so is my experience and i am far from a photo expert.

    but yeah, there is really no substitute for natural light ime.

    here are few i have gotten that i think were not horrible, might help you visualise what i meant above. hope that helps.

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  13. KingJulien

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    FL despite the hairline thing i think you should grow it out again
     
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    I lol'd. Leather and boots never fail, good look CTK.
     
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    Pretty much includes all my RP
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    when did caseyfud start looking so cool?
     
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  17. A Fellow Linguist

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    I might some time but this look is growing on me aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
     
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    propecia saved my hairline it can save yours
     
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    Seriously..positive transformation.
     
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  20. Cool The Kid

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    Thanks guys. Just keeping it basic.


    Shirt is H&M. They have a similar marbled hoodie. I have 2 of the hoodies and like 4 of the t-shirts, staples for me this season
     
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