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Gear review

Before we take a look at the photographs that were captured of David Cargill, I thought it would be helpful to talk a little bit about the gear that was used to capture those images. Over here on my far left is a Hasselblad camera. I had it loaded with black-and-white film, and it has an 80-mm lens, which is really a normal perspective for that camera. And as I mentioned earlier, I like this camera because it slows me down. It also helps me think a little bit more artistically. How can I create a black-and-white frame that says a bit more? And then I had two other camera bodies, a Canon 5D Mark II, both of these, and then two lenses: a 16-35 and a 50.

That 16-35, it gives you that wider perspective. The 50, it's a little bit more normal and straightforward. It requires that you think, that you move. So this was the gear that I chose for this shoot. I wanted to keep it relatively simple, yet I wanted to have some options. I knew that this space was going to be tight because we're going...

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