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Old 04-27-2014   #1
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Old 04-27-2014   #2
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Coffee or camera commercial?
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I dont think its a commercial
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Makes sense, 35mm is her favourite lens and I remember seeing photos of Leibovitz with a Hexar AF.
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It's a known fact since the time the X100 first came out.

Well does it really matter what you use when you have several hundred thousand dollars budget for each of your shootings?
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Makes sense, 35mm is her favourite lens and I remember seeing photos of Leibovitz with a Hexar AF.

I remember that photo too. I commented "So she's the other person who uses a Hexar AF ! " (they were a niche item at the time)
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She looks washed out, no pun intended.
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Annie looks like Howard Stern.

Here's a shot of her I snapped on 4/20/2013 in NYC:

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as for the opening shot of her in this Thread
me likes....Love it !
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koven, did you take that shot in post #1?
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Should this be in the Camera & Coffee thread?
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She looks cool. Good for her.
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Old 04-29-2014   #14
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So Annie's X100 has the same USB/HDMI cover problem as my wife's X100...
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koven, did you take that shot in post #1?
No no Noooo

I just randomly found it on google. I was pleasntly surprised to see my fav photographer using an x100.,
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This is from the Lavazza Calendar 2012 if I remember correctly.

http://20calendars.lavazza.com/
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This is from the Lavazza Calendar 2012 if I remember correctly.

http://20calendars.lavazza.com/
That's pretty neat. A calendar full of photographers and coffee.
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she has her strap REALLY short! I've never seen anyone use a strap so short.
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she has her strap REALLY short! I've never seen anyone use a strap so short.
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In all likelihood it was probably just used as a prop for the photo.
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In all likelihood it was probably just used as a prop for the photo.
I'm actually fairly sure she does use the x100. As above she used a hexad AF for a long time as a personal camera.
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In all likelihood it was probably just used as a prop for the photo.
I'm thinking if you're going to sit on a box in a stream you'd want to keep your camera dry.
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De gustibus non disputandum est and all that, but in the year 2000 there was an Arnold Newman retrospective exhibition at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington DC. It was breathtaking. The Newman's exhibition was on the second floor and Leibovitz had, at the same time, a portrait exhibition, called Women on the third floor. There is no comparison of the quality of the work and, in my view, Leibovitz was unfortunate to have exhibited at the same time as Newman — her work simply could not stand up to his.

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I think that she looks like Larry David here. :P
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No no Noooo

I just randomly found it on google. I was pleasntly surprised to see my fav photographer using an x100.,

It is not ok to post photos you find "randomly" or any other photos unless you are the author....

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This thread is getting weird.

^he's not using it for commercial gain, chill yourself.
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This thread is getting weird.

^he's not using it for commercial gain, chill yourself.
What a weirdo lol.
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I'm with Pablito. It's bad enough the general public help themselves to photographers' images off the web, let alone other photographers who ought to have a grasp of at least the basics of copyright law. You haven't even provided attribution. And yes it is a breach of forum rules. So remove the goddamn photo. Please.
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Coffee or camera commercial?
Correct. It is from the 2012 Lavazza Calendar, 12 Master Photographers who have worked on the calendar over the years. So yes, it's an advertisement for coffee. Gotta wonder if Fuji was in on the deal as well
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It's a fake. They had the photo with coffee but no camera in it so they fixed it.
Nice pants though.
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It's a fake. They had the photo with coffee but no camera in it so they fixed it.
Nice pants though.
It's not fake. Check the LAVAZZA site for September 2012. Fuji X100 Camera is there so not sure what you are on about ...
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... a joke maybe?
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... a joke maybe?
Sorry. didn't realise jokes were allowed here Thought it might be breaking the divine charter of Golden Rules of RFF - Forum Rule 166.
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Sorry. didn't realise jokes were allowed here Thought it might be breaking the divine charter of Golden Rules of RFF - Forum Rule 166.
... yes its been a bit like that of late
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What a miserable thread.

SOmeone posts a photo from an ad with Annie Liebovitz.

Bunch of people who own cameras pop up saying she's no good as a photographer.

Bunch of people claim she looks funny (like, er, is looking like an Adonis a requirement for male photographers?).

Finally, rff rules quite clearl forbid posting copyright images; but in this case, the image is an advertisement! The criteria for fair use are therefore quite different.
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http://www.rangefinderforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=142014
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http://www.rangefinderforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=142014

Aw jeez..i like the photo..
a hard working pro having a break..
nice colors, nice composition,,
real sharp unlike those stoopid 0.95 images..
from another famous Leica using photographer,
where nothing is in focus..
i guess it couldn't be the Fuji for this shot..
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What a miserable thread.

SOmeone posts a photo from an ad with Annie Liebovitz.

Bunch of people who own cameras pop up saying she's no good as a photographer.

Bunch of people claim she looks funny (like, er, is looking like an Adonis a requirement for male photographers?).

Finally, rff rules quite clearl forbid posting copyright images

but in this case, the image is an advertisement! The criteria for fair use are therefore quite different.

Well said & Thank You Paul !
we poor Female photographers have to jump more hurdles & get put over more hot skewers than our male counterparts

'Pablito' Loves to rat , oops I mean remind us of photo copy infringement whenever he can perhaps he can find employment in 'Big Brother Photo Thought Police' ...
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I think that she looks like Larry David here. :P
Ha ha ha! Pretty pretty funny! I deleted a few other remarks But I will say, I know from personal experience that Annie can be a creep to photo assistants -- and as a photographer I can understand why some people aren't fans of hers.
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Only on RFF ... Seems we have a lot of unhappy people on here as of late.
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well first of all nice find, it's nice to see photos of photographers with their camera whether staged or candid.

i like that red accent on the X100 though is that an accessory that you can get or was it just some red tape on the MF/AF switch?

lastly, I'm guilty on occasionally using a short strap, at least down to the chest area as it makes it faster bringing to your eyes.
it works well on the X100 as it's a light camera, I tried it on the Xpan and weight made it a little uncomfortable though
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Only on RFF ... Seems we have a lot of unhappy people on here as of late.

Yep ... hopefully it will pull`round.

I`ve always liked her work ...her and Jim Marshall ,when they were both staff photographers at Rolling Stone in the late sixties/seventies.
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