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Shooting with the Rollei 6008AF and a Sinar eMotion22 and eMotion54 Digital Backs by Graham Mitchell A diary by advertising and fashion photographer Graham Mitchell. He's based in London and is a featured Sinar Photographer.

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Old April 7th, 2011, 04:41 AM
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I'm working in Cape Town, South Africa, at the moment. Enjoying the weather and scenery immensely! From yesterday. Both taken with the 110mm f2, iirc.



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I'm working in Cape Town, South Africa, at the moment. Enjoying the weather and scenery immensely! From yesterday. Both taken with the 110mm f2, iirc.



That's a very long flight from the U.K. How long are you going to be there? Hope you might meet up with Dawid! Glad to see more work from this great combo of the Sinar eMotion and the Rollei!

Why is the skin color of his face so different in the two pictures?

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Why is the skin color of his face so different in the two pictures?
Different reflectors used, and different post-processing. Thanks for letting me know about Dawid - I just emailed him. Yes, this is far from Europe - I have been here for 2 months already and will start posting a lot more from around here before returning to the north.
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An ad shot for an Estonian client earlier this week. Something a little different from the norm for me So many beautiful rocky landscapes here, but most of them not very accessible for shoots like this.

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