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Alwolfe August 11, 2017
Very nice shot!
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ResQgeek November 09, 2017
Ahhh...this image inspires memories. My first SLR camera was a K1000. I used it for many years and found it to be a rugged and trustworthy camera. I learned SO much using it!
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sweetpea72 November 09, 2017
Amazing.. Congrats!! シ
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Ivar-Ola November 29, 2017
Pentax above all! Great shot,loved Pentax since my first ME in1977!
 
Morgado December 04, 2017
My first professional camera! This camera is my "partner" for 25 years :-)
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marcbaechtold May 14
nice work! Some nice colors and good contrast, keep shooting!
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carltanner May 25
Not long bought myself a MZ60. The K1000 was a good camera.
 
shawnreese Jul 20
My first camera! Then went to kx now on Pentax k2

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Behind The Lens

Location
To be honest, in my bedroom.
Time
At night.
Lighting
I'm using artificial lighting.
Equipment
I'm using my Canon 6D with a 50mm f/1.4 lens. For my lighting set up, I'm only using one off camera flash with a shoot through umbrella.
Inspiration
I was always intrigued by the thought of images that played with the mind at first glance.
Editing
I use Lightroom; just some simple dodging and burning.
In my camera bag
Just my Canon 6D, 24mm f/1.8, 50mm f/1.4, and sometimes accessories such as circular polarizers, prisms, or even a reflector.
Feedback
In this image I actually threw my camera, some might think that's crazy but the look it gives is much more realistic than just photoshopping it above my hand. And always think about your shot before you shoot it.

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