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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Schoodik Peninsula July 23, 2016
    Thanks.I see why you would think of that shot. Different styles for different people. You are more of a people person than I.Statistics: Posted by jbtaylor — Sat Jul 23, 2016 2:28 pm
    jbtaylor
  • Give it Your Best Shot • Our Recent Motorcycle Tour of Kinnaur-Lahaul-Spiti July 23, 2016
    In the second half of the month of June I along with my husband Arun went on a two week motorcycle tour of Kinnaur-Lahaul-Spiti. I am posting three images taken at Dhankar. The first two have been taken by me using Sony A77II. The third one is by Arun using his Nikon.I took this shot […]
    Shelika Gaur
  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Schoodik Peninsula July 23, 2016
    jbtaylor wrote:A lesser traveled portion of Acadia National Park is captured with the a99 and the ZA 24mm f 2.0.Nice photos! Thanks for posting. I hope to someday visit Acadia.That last one reminds me a bit of a photo I took in 1986 at Point Lobos State Natural Reserve in California on a foggy morning. […]
    bakubo
  • Lens Lore • Re: How wide is wide enough? July 22, 2016
    Thank you classiccameras. Since I have not done any wide angle photography (at least knowingly), the intent is toexplore the genre, for want of a better term. Essentially learn what to do and what not to do. I always used panostitching as my answer to UWA lenses or lack thereof, and that is not always […]
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  • Lens Lore • Re: How wide is wide enough? July 22, 2016
    In my 35-mm SLR days 24-mm was considered ultra wide and any thing wider was almost in Fish Eye territory. A 28-mm and 35-mm wide was my usual lens for landscape and vintage motor cars etc, but we were always concerned about wide angle distortion, so careful camera position was important and of course we […]
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Alpha in the cathouse….

It was a photo-call too good to be missed. Shirley Kilpatrick reported for duty at Europe’s biggest brothel where fashion photographer Steve Thornton was staging a publicity stunt for California Sunbounce. Welcome to the House of the Rising Sunbounce, also known as Pascha.

The first person we saw in the empty corridors of the photokina . . . → Read More: Alpha in the cathouse….