Monday, March 27, 2006

Barber Shop or Museum? Part 10






More useless collectables from the ShearCut on Fife Street.

7 comments:

The Holywriter said...

At least that place has character, as opposed to MasterCuts.

Jeffrey Hull said...

Now I am really, REALLY curious about the camera. I envisioned all these delectable macro shots being made with a kilobuck SLR, but no? I need a better macro camera for my work (photographing rashes and such in my medical office) - what are you using, and do you use a variety of cameras for your shots? How about occasional comments in the captions about the technique, as with the Mustang logo trick of reflecting a red object to colorize the image?

Jerry Pennington said...

I really like this set from the barber shop. Especially the one with the barber out of focus in the background. Very nice composition, it tells the whole story

kenju said...

Please don't call them useless! They are of benefit to you, or you wouldn't photograph them. And they are wonderful to see!

Rick Lee said...

For more info on the camera, see this post.
Note the link regarding the new Fuji F30 which should be an amazing camera.

Rick Lee said...

Judy... it's a joke!

I'm surprised nobody commented on the toy soldier pic. I thought it was extremely cool.

Stanton said...

Yeah Rick, I agree. The toy soldier shots are amazing. I never appreciated how much detail those little plastic figures had to them when I used to blow them up with firecrackers!