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In the workshops I host, I am often asked why I chose this source of light, why I chose this way of lighting, this position of light, the power, direction etc etc. And often I answer: I do not know, because the process is intuitive, instinctive. But we all know that intuition is also “skill set,” one that totally unique to you.Trying different ways of lighting, searching for your own unique approaches, arguing with yourself and, ultimately finding your own solutions and methods – that is what will make you and your work better. — Oleg Ti, on Profoto Blog.
Zeiss Ikon catalog, 1930.

Zeiss Ikon catalog, 1930.

Hasselblad 500 EL, 1969.
"The camera that took the pictures on the moon."

Hasselblad 500 EL, 1969.

"The camera that took the pictures on the moon."

Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta B, 1941.

Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta B, 1941.

Leica IIIb, 1938.

Leica IIIb, 1938.

Korelle-Reflex 6x6 Candid Camera, 1937.

Korelle-Reflex 6x6 Candid Camera, 1937.

Konica Autoreflex-T, 1970s.

Konica Autoreflex-T, 1970s.

Minolta SR-T 101, 1970s.

Minolta SR-T 101, 1970s.

Minolta SR-T 100.Minolta SR-T 101.
1970s.

Minolta SR-T 100.
Minolta SR-T 101.

1970s.