Hey Ben, I’m a (early-days listener and a) fan of the new fmaort, including the part where you didn’t spend too much time focusing on the fact that it was a new fmaort. I found myself whistling along with Otis in that first cut, when he was audibly struggling to get a notea0out.PS â€“ I for one, wouldn’t be against you doing a fair number of “dead guy” episodes, if ya wanted to.
- This sounds like a pettry good film emulator! I mean, I was shooting film just the other day and I was just enjoying the great world outside my of computer, then I took a picture of just a random thing. And Boom.Then I tuned and saw more beautiful light. Boom. I changed lenses and went to take a portrait. One click. Boom. The best part was when I got the film processed and scanned. I opened the files up in finder. And with just one click, they all looked just like film! Double up!Boom.Boom. ;-)
- I’m really eninyjog your posts and image selection, you shoot weddings the same way I do and it’s great to have someone with a strong voice in the industry steer people back to reality! Less decor and more people!!Cant tell you how many times I have heard the words, sorry it’s nice n all but not enough detail shots for publication
- Damn Jonas. You used that song. THAT song. I’ve been obsessed with it for a while now wnitang to do exactly what you did with it. Absolutely perfect. And you’re right, of course. A wedding is about the souls of two people coming together in a symbolic union. When you’re at a wedding, it’s always clear that the details are no where near as important as the two people shining in the center of a circle of friends and family. I know when I get married (again) it’s going to be less is more. And I really hope you can be there (though it might be a boring shoot with no details.) : )