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Arne Hess

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Ever, since I got my first digital single-lens reflex camera in the mid 80's (a Canon T50), I was fascinated from photographing and even learned how to develop my own back @ white and color films and prints when I did a couple of internships at Ilford Photo. Over the time, this experience also made a big fan of photo art. As the time evolved, I went through different Canon, Nikon and Sony cameras, first still analogue, only to became digital later. And while I still using my Nikon D80 and my Sony Nex5 for professional photos here on the::unwired and events, my daily camera became my smartphone! It's my digital eye, doesn't matter if I use it at home, while commuting or in vacations - the smartphone is 99 % of the time with me.

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Alibaba

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Great column Arne, thanks for sharing! I'm one of your InstaGram followers and like your photos there! But it seems you are not flying too much at the moment? ;-) One question about the photos you put on alu. Have you edited the InstaGram photos later, before you sent them for production? Or have you taken them as they are? Your column really made me thinking of also ordering a photo I like very much.

Looking forward your feedback!


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Arne Hess

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Hi Alibaba, thanks for your comment. No, I haven't edited the photos after I did it with Instagram. I've uploaded them as they were. Maybe I could have optimized them further with Photoshop (or in my case Corel PhotoPaint) but for the "experiment" I wanted to use the photos as I put them online. And the results are really satisfying, don't know how they could look better.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask!


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