I love me some Josh Nussdawg.
Michael, i decide to buy another point and shoot and i narrow down my choice within Canon/Panasonic and Nikon. i’m a bit stuck with the following two parameters’ combinations while other parameters are quite similar including price. could you advise a bit again?
F3.3-5.9, 24-350mm, shutter speed 1/3200
F2.2-5.9, 24-105 or 120, shutter speed 1/2000
It depends on what you prefer. The first one has a longer telephoto lense. The second will allow you to photograph (without Flash) in lower light conditions. Do you shoot a lot indoors? If so maybe the second choice is better.
i like to shoot outdoor, no matter views or portraits, in daylight. then which is nicer?
Then I would go with the more telephoto lense the 24-350. You will enjoy doing portraits with this lense as it will make he back-round out of focus when you want this.
an idea just pops up on my mind. what kind of post would iy be, if it’s a shoot of your partner? 😉
Wow – looks like a great place to spend a sunday afternoon…I wonder what is in all the packages.
I believe they were all empty. Hes a very organized guy.
Hope you are well,
incredible and very special artwork. wow!
I am so glad to hear you say that. I felt the same way. After looking at it for a while I realized just how talented he is. I definitely think he’s someone to watch.
Thanks for your comment.
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the glass part of that lamp beside the bed, is a bit interesting..
What do you think of his art?
“agile” is the word pops up on my mind when i see his works.
when i opened the link you showed at the end of your post, (not sure all the work is from him or not), my favorites are: the black cube outside on the top, “Observer is Watching You” in the middle, and “Right Back At You” around the end.
i would say he’s very smart, has wonderful hands, fully utilizes the material he has, and great at dealing with the space. that’s my rough impression.
how about you? what do you feel from his art?
Joshs work is the pieces made with fabric. I really like what he does. I cant wait for his web site to go up so he show more of his work.
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