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© Tim Smith-Laing
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10 responses

  • claudia luthi

    claudia luthi gave props (21 Jan 2008):

    love his camera

  • Tim Smith-Laing

    Tim Smith-Laing said (22 Jan 2008):

    me too...he's a professor of photography in Japan. I think he's used to being photographed!

  • Chainsaw

    Chainsaw gave props (23 Jan 2008):

    this is fantastic

  • Ana Villafane

    Ana Villafane said (24 Jan 2008):

    he looks like the guy from karate kid...the professor ;p

  • Tim Smith-Laing

    Tim Smith-Laing said (25 Jan 2008):

    Thanks guys! And Ana, it has to be said that all Japanese men over 50 or so just seem to exude an air of total wisdom. Wax on, wax off...

  • Emily Hamm

    Emily Hamm gave props (10 Feb 2008):

    what a nice portrait!

  • maria tizon

    maria tizon (Deleted) gave props (5 Mar 2008):

    such a character. i'm curious about him. what is he looking at? what is he thinking? what are those pins? oh, and nice camera too.

  • Pamela Brumbley

    Pamela Brumbley (Deleted) gave props (13 Mar 2008):

    this is an interesting photo. i like all those buttons on his jacket. are they his family, because if they are this could be considered a family portrait in a very unique way.

  • Brian Daigle

    Brian Daigle said (2 Apr 2008):

    The kind of shot only film can capture. I think it's great the way he's looking off intrigued by something, but yet he leaves his camera hanging untouched around his neck. In a "some things that are of interest, do not necessarily need to be photographed" kind of way.

  • Rachael Wilson

    Rachael Wilson said (1 Jul 2008):

    this is quite interesting. it makes me smile :)

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