Digital cameras have a lifespan of several years. The technical development is so fast and I am slowly wondering whether more and more new models with more and more applications are not causing the opposite of what photography actually is: patience to see the right light. I need more and more time to use all the possibilities of my newer cameras. These photos were taken with an Olympus over 15 years old. It is a kind of Methuselah. Like the little dog.
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I'm the founder of “tomorrow’s old hat”, this photo-blog, which is a place of many ramblings about photojournalism. If you find something useful on here, it's probably an accident.
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