Monthly Archives: June 2011

Quick Lunch…

With fried rice and cheese rolls.

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Michelle

The shoot might have started out with digital…. But it ended with film.

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Chinatown

[audio:http://terriniphoto.com/wp-content/uploads/Music/01 Chinatown.mp3|titles=Chinatown] Listening to the first track of Destroyer’s latest album gave me the idea to shoot here… *Sigh* I can only wish that life can be this easy.  If it really is this easy, I know at this stage in my life I’d be banging the gong on the right a lot more than […]

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New Camera Toy

The latest addition to my camera collection: I’ve been shooting quite a lot with this old school camera lately and it definitely has been a lot of fun. Using these old analog cameras really forces you to revisit the basics of photography, which in turn helps you identify some of the bad habits you might […]

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A Stroll Through Little Tokyo

I’ve been shooting into reflections a lot lately, and it probably has to do with me watching the HBO’s miniseries Mildred Pierce. The camerawork in it is superb and a lot of images were shot through glass windows that created beautiful reflections. As director Todd Hayes explained, the inspiration behind it was work from American […]

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