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  1. Albert Smith
    July 14, 2022 @ 2:59 pm

    Hey Tyler, very nice presentation here.

    If I had that old gas pump near me, I’d have a thousand photos of it. I love weathered, distressed things in a world of superficial cosmetic “perfection”.

    As a long time Fujifilm user myself, if you hadn’t discovered the 35mm f/1.4, I’d had recommended it. But you have incorporated it into your kit to great effect. Your setup is pretty good, however you might take a look at one of the 16mm lenses. I have both (always had a 24mm lens in my film days), and it really teams up nicely with another midrange prime for a nice light kit.

    Lastly, fellow veteran here, 22-plus years. Hope you are enjoying this part of your life.


  2. cdlinz
    July 15, 2022 @ 5:29 am

    Whoa Nellie! What a comprehensive and magnificent collection of images. I love when posters let the photos do the talking, like you did here. You’ve got real talent. And thank you for honorably serving our country.


  3. Thomas Coulton
    August 2, 2022 @ 2:37 pm

    Love the images, amazing stuff.
    I see a lot of the same subjects I like to take in being shared here, really has me wanting to go out not and take images instead of working.
    And this story really has me starting to get off the fence about jumping from Canon to Fuji – this is something I have been debating for a while now. Canon feels comfy, it is what I know, but seeing these images and reading the passion you have, I think it is time for me to make that jump.
    Really good stuff here. Thank you for sharing.


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