Takashi Amano photo website

Discussion in 'Photography' started by john starkey, 26 Jan 2009.

  1. john starkey

    john starkey Member

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    Hi All,thought i would let you all know about Amanos photography web site is now up and running,regards john
    http://www.amanotakashi.net
     
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  2. Themuleous

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    Re: Takashi amano photo web site

    Nice fine John :)

    Sam
     
  3. Graeme Edwards

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    Re: Takashi amano photo web site

    Sweeeeeet as a ........................... :D
     
  4. Thomas McMillan

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    Nice one Mr Starkey ;)
     
  5. Dave Spencer

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    Re: Takashi amano photo web site

    I saw a demo from a landscape photographer called Steve Lewis the other week. He uses a large format camera, too.

    The quality of the images is stunning, but they are seriously cumbersome pieces of kit. How TA lunks them around the forests I`ll never know.

    Nice find wopmeister. :D

    Dave.
     
  6. john starkey

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    Hi Dave,i was thinking the same thing, it is a serious peice of kit,i bet some laky carries it for him :lol: ,regards john
     
  7. aaronnorth

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    Re: Takashi amano photo web site

    Excellent :D
     
  8. George Farmer

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    Re: Takashi amano photo web site

    I keep coming back to this link.

    Well worth a sticky.
     
  9. Simon D

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    Here here, there's enough material there to keep me going till I get one right (ish).

    I must invest in some surface fans, purely for photographic purposes of course....
     
  10. Dave Spencer

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    AKA hair dryer. ;)

    Dave.
     
  11. TDI-line

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    Nice find John.
     
  12. Lozbug

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    Beautiful. I am amazed :)
     
  13. tyrophagus

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    excellent link, thanks
     
  14. andy-mu

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    Nice find indeed. One thing I noticed with a lot of Takashi's photos, is that you can't see any of the spraybars, co2 tubes etc. Any ideas how he can achieve this and still provide all the requrements for the plants
     
  15. stanchung

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    It's removed for photography. :D
     
  16. Tom

    Tom Member

    Andy, have a look at the pictures of his gallery in Japan. Here's an example:
    http://www.adana-usa.com/images/gallery02/9.jpg

    Tom
     
  17. andy-mu

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    Thanks for that information and your link. Being very keen on photography I had a sneeky suspicion that might have been the case, but thought that perhaps he had some ingenious method of keeping it hidden, which would of course be fantastic. I appreciate you reply guys
     
  18. Sentral

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    Just had another look and find underwater amazon shots fascinating. I love to these these common tropical fish within their natural habitat
     

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