There are certain books that I read repeatedly over the years, books that exist as lighthouses to me on the often foggy waters of creation. If it were up to me I'd leave them in drawers in every hotel I visited for other travelers to happenstance across, become absorbed in, and moronically smile.

'Seeing is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees' by...
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Hey SG-land, I'm not on here much, but like to stop by once in a while and let y'all know what I'm up to photographically.

The first portrait is the actor James Cosmo (most known recently as the Captain of the Night's Watch in Game of Thrones). I was asked to take this portrait at a film screening of a monologue...
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totem:
Great shots! 
thepsychicbunny:
Awesome work as per usual. 
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Hey SG-Land,

I'm really interested to hear from photographers and models on here what works for them to get the best out of a shoot?

I was working with someone yesterday who I perceived as shy (doesn't mean she is, just how I perceived her), and so before the shoot met for tea and biscotti that was so hard I thought I'd...
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So I'm late to the smart-phone game but now up an runnin with the lil bliter.

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Was lovely to meet and work with @lucerne this week, she's such a sweet-heart! :)

There's a great retro furniture shop called Red Eyed Dove where one can find all sorts of interesting things, including a dynamic stuffed duck. These are my two favourite from the shoot.


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richardmunn:
Thanks @lucerne
thepsychicbunny:
Fantastic. 
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Something I really enjoy is when creative and/or physical practices bring back long-forgotten memories.

The first panorama photography I ever saw was my grandfather's, when I was a young boy. I remember that it amazed me to find out that a picture could be expanded and created that way.

I've been going through some old photos recently and found lots of hand-shot...
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thepsychicbunny:
Old photos do carry a certain character.