Rapick

Rapick

Rapick

Photography is essentially about choosing what to include inside the frame, and what to leave out. So a photography may be viewed as a mirror of the photographer's mind and soul.
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Gear

- Sony RX100 III
- Samsung NX-3000
- Nikon D700
- Nikon D200

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Italy


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John Diglio

John Diglio 4 years ago

Rapick,
Great stuff. Send me an e-mail.
John Dig...

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reza

reza 5 years ago

hi Rapick. it is reza yazdani. do you remember me? one month ago in braunshweig?

Rapick

Rapick 5 years ago

Hi Reza. Of course I do remember. We made a good work together, and had a good time. I have been quite busy, after. Spent the last week at work in Florence, but unfortunately it rained all the time, so no pics!

reza

reza 5 years ago

Rapick, i lost your e-mail address. would you please give me again? thanks and have good time

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gisro

gisro 5 years ago

Please excuse my bad English. (Google Language Tool). The pictures were taken in Duisburg / Germany. In my album HDR and night shots are more pictures. Using the link you will find more.
Best wishes, Rolf www.gisro.de

http://en.landschaftspark.de/the-park

Rapick

Rapick 5 years ago

Thanks for your kind answer, Rolf. From your pics I understood it is an 'industrial archeology' site. Now I see it is much more. Citizen of Duisburg shall be proud of such a great place!
Andres

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martin eastman

martin eastman 5 years ago

"The essence of photography is to share views, visions, emotions. "

You'r absolutely right!

Rapick

Rapick 5 years ago

I think I copied that from somehere... I don't remember. Sure, from a better photographer than me.

martin eastman

martin eastman 5 years ago

Henri Cartier Bresson had a simulair vision. It is not about beïng a better photographer but about a better understanding of the world around you. The main goal of photography was showing the world other visions, views. Then there came a generation who was more interested in who made the better photo. It is not the technics thats important, it is wat you do with it. You do well, keep it up!

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