antman

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Registered: Dec 26, 2004

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As a hobby-philosopher I think most about human consciousness. Quite evident is its fragmented nature and our continuous effort to make it fit together. Photography is a visual prosthesis. It explores small fragments of the fragments that we see, and as we grasp onto these static snippets of vision, and the more dynamic vistas of consciousness they represent, it adds meaning to our minds. Making sense is our greatest source of hope. As the nominalist would say: "Even if it is only illusion." Even if the system is rapidly evolving through unpredictable forms, far beyond the scope of photography and far beyond the boundaries of any human awareness.

Pierre Rousseau
Cameras: Nikon FM2n, Nikon: D70, Canon A60.
Lenses: Manual focus & non-metering: Nikkor: 20mm f/4.0 ai, 28mm f/2 ai'd, 35mm f/1.4 ai'd, 50mm f/1.8 ais, micro 55mm f/2.8 ais, 105mm f/2.5 ai. ed 180mm f/2.8 ais, micro 200mm f/4 ais. Autofocus: Kit lens 18-70mm, Flashes: Sunpak: 622 SP, 383. Canon Speedlite 166A; Tripod: Velbon AS-3, Hitachi 4 gb cf, Sandisk 1 gb Extreme 3. etc.