Kazuto Yamaki, Spy shot!

Photo taken by Liu Dong yun, SD14 + 70-200. At Photokina 2008

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7 Responses to Kazuto Yamaki, Spy shot!

  1. WindInYews says:

    That’s good to see, from Linn.

    Of course one thinks it was with DP1. But…no ;)


  2. you know, the DP1 is too small for Linn! She totally refused to carry it inside the fair. I had to do that. And on top of that she ha to use the biggest lens I had with me AND the battery grip! SHe’s one crazy chinese! :D

  3. WindInYews says:

    Well, I think Linn wants to be taken seriously.

    Actually, I think a number of us do that, whenever she is saying things as she likes to say them, or showing her other many talents.

    But it takes age and experience to have the confidence. Also, in a society which has a long history of making specific places for women. I wonder if it would be useful to read biographies? The stories have to be understood, but women in the West in the 1930s – there were quite a few interesting ones, and they had ideas how it could be done.

    Hi Linn ;) We are talking about you. But very nicely, and appreciatively.


  4. spalbird says:

    When I was at the booth I saw only a Japanese worker from the Fujifilm company being curious about the DP1, and of course, that Georges. All what I have learnt Linn is a so much better spy than me ;)

  5. haha, I guess so! :D She even talked to him.. :P

  6. WindInYews says:

    yes, she would ;).

    Very good.


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