Avoidence of Perfection

Hi, I'm Larry McAllister II (AKA LARRYTRON). I am an artist, graphic designer, photographer and project manager/art director.

This is my scrap book of inspiration. I love visual culture. Everything from graphic design and typography, to tattoos, to graffiti, to photography... clothes, cars, architecture, nature... all of it is inspiring.

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    7 posts tagged lens

    Finding The Right Camera

    In case you missed it, here is my “guide” to finding the right camera for you.

    iPhone SLR Mount | 

    I know, old news… but I really want to play with one of these. 

    Paparazzi Lamp - Hanging lampMónoculo Design Studio | 

    This is one awesome lamp.

    Practice on Flickr.

    Feels weird seeing my digital lens next to my film.

    More practice with the Minolta MC ROKKOR-PF 58mm f/1.4.

    From One Lens To Another on Flickr.

    I’ve been having really bad creative block lately. I don’t know what’s going on, but I am finding it really hard to find photos that I want to take. Not to say I am not seeing interesting things, but I can’t frame them right now and it’s driving me crazy.

    Blooming DSLR: Cap/Hood | 

    Seems like a cool and useful idea. I know for myself when I am shooting with my DSLR, or even my XZ-1 point and shoot for that matter, the need to remove and store the lens cap has always been a nuisance. Combining the lens cap and hood into one streamlined product would make it a lot easier to shoot on the fly since you wouldn’t need to flip the hood around to actually access your zoom and focus rings, and it would also make it a lot harder to lose those caps.

    Beautiful cross-section of a lens… To bad it had to be cut in half though…


    Cross Section Views of Leica Lenses

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