That is the most amazing thing I have seen in a long time. His photos are crazy! Steampunk cameras?! I love it!
cool cameras and the pictures are different and unique. Have a wonderful Tuesday!Shell
Wow..crazy stuff! My favorite ones are the Dragonfly and the Classic cameras. I love how he makes them each so personal and unique. The pictures are different too, and its got me scratching my head thinking "how did he do that??"Very cool, thanks for sharing!
Wow, this guy's creative talent and passion really does render one speechless. I'm sure that if I spent a day in his reality it would seem like a dream to me. I now want to let my imagination run wild for the remainder of my day. Which of his cameras would you like to own, Sergey?
Wow, that was awesome. His bio was really fascinating. What a cool concept. It's like... The camera is merely a tool to capture a single moment in time. But without the awareness of what is being taken by the photographer and the awareness of the viewer it is depicted meaninglessly. It's like realizing that instead of being just the photographer, the camera, and the subject it becomes a wholeness and unity of the entire process. Which is a really cool way of thinking about photographs. It goes to show that expectations far proceed realization. Very cool guy. Stirred up some ideas inside of myself. BTW, I really enjoyed the presentation at Waubonsee. However, I sadly didn't get to meet you guys since it started raining on me... But I did get naked in a hot tub with a bunch of lesbians... which doesn't beat meeting you guys but it comes in a close second and makes for a very good story. Thanks for sharing the link.
Oh, also. If you insist on saying the words "Bloody and cheers" I vote that you do your next vlog in a british accent.
Wow! Those are really stunning!
If there was a "like" option on Blogger, I'd click it right about now.peas and carrots.
I actually dig a lot of them. I do put the ones made out of the skull on the bottom of the list. I, kinda like the square classic look, taken from the original pinhole camera design.Man, last night I was day dreaming about building my own set. I need to redesign my pinhole camera. I built one out of a matchbox a while back. Only like 5 photos came out of the roll of film, but it was still fun.
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