David Burnett

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    Check out the August issues of National Geographic’s report on the aftermath of Gulf Coast hurricanes of the last few years. The photos are by David Burnett. He used a Speed Graphic along with its’ tilt-shift option to give the images a more refined Lenbabies look.

    Also Burnett sometime uses a Holga some of image on his site have the Hogla look.

    The Links: National Geographic & David Burnett
     
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    I noticed that when I was reading my newest NG! I myself have never used a T and S lens before, but from what I had seen on here I was certain that was what it was.

    Very impressive work though, it made the trucks and homes return to the toy-like manner they must have seemed when Katrina came through.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I just took a look at his website. This is the guy who made such a impact on the 2004 oylmpics cause he shot it with an old camera. I heard that story and liked the guy now here another reason to.

    Thanks for sharing!
     

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