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Thursday, 8 December 2011
Berlin Part One
Staying with my good friends Nicole Gentz and Peter Kleinhempel. You know, sometimes in photography things feel just right. The early morning Berlin light and a German lookalike in my hand. The Fuji X100 looks so much like the German Leica. Dozens of people have approached me and asked if I can still buy film for my camera. I tell them, '
'Yes, its difficult to buy' I say ' But its a damn sight harder getting the film inside the camera!'
But when a camera feels right in your hand and the light is correct I just know that something might happen.
The shutter on the X100 is so quiet; its sweeter than a Juliette Binoche kiss.