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Artisan & Artist ACAM-301 Woven Silk Cord Camera Strap Review | Patrick Leong

Artisan & Artist ACAM-301 Woven Silk Cord Camera Strap Review | Patrick Leong | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it


Nowadays, camera straps are a big thing in the camera world.  And why wouldn’t they be?  The world today is about personalization.  Everything we buy can be customized to our satisfaction.  Some car companies now will even paint your car any color that you would like (for a small fee, of course  ).  We now have more camera strap companies than ever before, and that is not a bad thing.  Some may say it’s a waste to “bling” your camera out but hey, it’s YOUR camera, and you can add whatever you want to it.  I remember when I first received my M3, I wanted a leather strap so badly for it.  I wanted that old school look to really resonate from my camera.  I was 12 then, and at that time, they didn’t really have any third party camera strap companies.  Now, they do, and one company that has earn the respect of many photographers is Artisan & Artist.  I spoke of Artisan & Artist straps before in my ACAm-280 Kobe Strap review, and today, I will be showing you the Artisan & Artist ACAM-301 silk cord.

Artisan & Artist ACAM-301 Woven Silk Cord Build Quality:

One of the reasons for why Artisan & Artist can command such high prices on their straps is because you really get a quality built product.  The Artisan & Artist ACAM-301 woven silk cord is no exception to this rule.  You’re first greeted with a plain, and simple black box.  When you finally take your strap out, you know you bought a quality product because you can see all of the intricate detail, and craftsmanship that goes into making this wonderful strap.  The photos of this silk cord do not do it justice; the silk cord looks absolutely awesome in person.  Seriously, this is a really nice strap…in my opinion,  a better strap than the leather ones that Artisan & Artist makes......


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Fuji X series gets big video mode upgrade – 1080/60p, high bitrate recording, anti-moire sensor and more. By Andrew Reid

Fuji X series gets big video mode upgrade – 1080/60p, high bitrate recording, anti-moire sensor and more. By Andrew Reid | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it

Posted by Andrew Reid on January 10, 2013 • 

 

(...) "The video codec has had a big upgrade to 1080/60p at 36Mbit. The camera also has a built in 3-stop ND filter and a mic socket. This is not an interchangeable lens camera but it will be interesting to see how it performs in video mode, since it may give us a glimpse into whether or not future Fuji interchangeable lens system cameras can get serious about video quality and join the party."

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Fog in Belgium | Michiel Fokkema

Fog in Belgium | Michiel Fokkema | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it


I drive 8 times a week through the Belgium countryside. Always the same road. This morning the fog was so beautiful I had to photograph it.

The Fuji X-pro1 is so small it is always with me. The 35mm did the rest. B&W conversion in Ligthroom.


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Lady in Ray | Rinzi Ruiz

Lady in Ray | Rinzi Ruiz | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it

Lady in Ray - Black and White Image by Rinzi Ruiz

 


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Thomas Menk's curator insight, January 23, 2013 8:47 AM

Rinzi Ruiz is a Los Angeles based street photographer. He is playing with Lights and Shadow and creats perfect black and white images. One of my favourite!

Visit his website at: http://www.rinziruizphotography.com/

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A Trip to OldTown | Jonas Rask

A Trip to OldTown | Jonas Rask | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it


Took a trip way back down memory lane today. In Århus, we have a huge 1:1 scale museum depicting old city life around the 1900′s. Some great scenery to be found there. I gave the images an authentic S-Curve processing to make them look dated. I think they turned out quite well. All images shot with X-Pro1 w/35mm f1.4 lens.

 


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Thomas Menk's curator insight, December 23, 2012 4:57 AM

Dr. Jonas Dyhr Rask is a Street Photographer from Aarhus (Denmark)