... it seems to me that aspirations to make carbon prints or pencil and
paper drawings is a step back from today's easy digital three step of
"click, chimp and toss [or keep], and a step forward into a world demanding
more skill, imagination, creativity, selectivity and patience. Perhaps this
is what is driving those people who express a desire to revert back to film
and abandon, or severely curtail, their pursuit of digital on demand.
----- Original Message -----
From: "iwert bernakiewicz" <iwert.bcz@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "Olympus Camera Discussion" <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, June 24, 2011 6:59 AM
Subject: Re: [OM] getting out of OM
> 2011/6/24 Peter Leyssens <peterleyssens@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>> I love your counter-post saying you're out of E :) But I've taken that
>> step already: I got out of E about 2 years ago.
>> > how much more basic can you go than OM-3 and two lenses? And they don't
>> > up nearly as much space as any new digital system:)
>> I'm keeping: E-P1+17/f2.8, Zorki+Leica Summitar, Diana. Money from the OM
>> system will go to a Leica 25/f1.4. Also pretty basic. Eventually I'd like
>> proceed and do my own carbon prints from scratch (take water, take
>> dissolve, add ink, ...). I think it'd be nice to create something with my
>> hands again.
>> But we're just amateurs. Google Miroslav Tichy and enjoy :)
> Indeed, analogue techniques!
> I've seen a wonderful expo on him in Zurich some years ago... I'm even
> basic sometimes, just using pencil & paper!
> see http://lelionsenvoile.blogspot.com/
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