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Back for more steakburger, baby!

Crepuscular rays from the tree

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Arrow Motel

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Miss-focus moon

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So this is another attempt of photographing the moon. I've got the exposure problem somewhat fixed but the problem that I'm not sure how to approach is focus. 

The focus here is off a bit. Thats fine but almost all shot I took were in-focus to my eye at time of capture. But were actually out of focus. I'm not sure why this is or how I can 'zoom in' to get the focus right.
The Moon on Film

Purple Pink

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FLOWER ON FILM
Kodak Vision3 250D

Abuela Mami Coffee

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This coffee has a smooth taste with low bitterness & low acidity. Only the best! Abuela Mami Coffee

Flag of the United States

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Sun kissed

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Kissed by the light of the golden hour

All the labour of man is for his mouth

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All the labour of man is for his mouth, and yet the appetite is not filled.
 - Ecclesiastes 6:7

Chillin on the wire

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Bird chilling on a power line.

Game-O-Rama!

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Red Rose Flower

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ROSE FLOWER ON FILM
Kodak Vision3 250D

The Moon

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About a year ago I first tried photographing the moon, the full moon in fact. I had mixed results. I missed focus on almost all of them but I was overall happy with the results.

I'm now trying a methodical approach and testing it multiple night, closer and closer to see how it goes. My latest attempt is somewhat sharp but not zoomed in at all.

I'm hoping to get gooder by the time the next eclipse happens... Wish me luck.
  The Moon on
  Kodak Vision3 250D

Wonky lines

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Double exposure
Double exposure

TIME CAPSULE OF STYLE

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TIME CAPSULE OF STYLE
WALKING INTO MY HOTEL ROOM AND WOW, THE POP! THE VIBRANT ORANGE! NICE WAY TO GRAB MY IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. ORANGE IS A NICE COLOR TO GO IN AN INCREDIBLE RETRO ROOM.

WINTER in MIAMI

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WINTER in MIAMI
PUFFER jacket & pants / SHORTS & tshirt

Swirl starburst lights

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The things that are God's.

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Tell us therefore, What thinkest thou? Is it lawful to give tribute unto Caesar, or not? But Jesus perceived their wickedness, and said, Why tempt ye me, ye hypocrites? Shew me the tribute money. And they brought unto him a penny. And he saith unto them, Whose is this image and superscription? They say unto him, Caesar's. Then saith he unto them, Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's; and unto God the things that are God's.
- Matthew 22:17-21

Yellow mello flowers

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FLOWERS ON FILM
Kodak Ektar 100

Retro-Modern design is the best

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Design the Future with the past
Retro Modern Design 
I really like it when modern things keep the designs of the past. For example, this clock has a complete retro styling from the 50s / mid century but yet on the front of it is a USB plug for your phone. I love this kind of stuff. 
Same thing with cameras, digital cameras, DSLR‘s have the look, the shape and some times the dials of the old school film cameras, even though they’re digital. They kept the style and functionality that has been refined with time and added modern features. I think that’s something really valuable and I really appreciate it.
thats the idea behind Ownzee. the Modern Web with design from the print era