EyeEm Ambassador Seoul. Portfolio: http://jtinseoul.wordpress.com kakao: jtinseoul

At the bus stop. Seoul Korea 35mm Film
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Hwaseo Fortress 화성, Suwon 수원, South Korea. From the second day with the Contax T2. It was a bit of a walk, but a strangely peaceful one. Ghosts of a past kinda feeling.. EyeEm Korea EyeEm In Seoul Seoul Korea Monochrome Streetphoto_bw Contax T2 Asian Culture
Another outtake from my project, The Culture (jtinseoul.wordpress.com/the-culture). This is Jin, a customer at Brad's tattoo shop. He was getting a full body Tattoo.. Streetphoto_bw Monochrome Asian Culture EyeEm Korea EyeEm In Seoul
"..Brad and his family are some of the best people I've ever met and I can't thank them enough for taking me in as if I was one of their own. I've learned so much from Brad about what it means to be a father and a husband. I've learned so much about what it means to be an artist and a man." From my project http://jtinseoul.wordpress.com/the-culture Tattoo Asian Culture Streetphoto_bw Monochrome Everyday Education EyeEm Korea EyeEm In Seoul 35mm Film
"...These things are all great, but lets be fair, the #Sony DSC-W100 will never be looked at as a classic camera. It will never have the cult following of a Ricoh compact. Nobody will ever look for one. It is destined to be forgotten..." A photo from the camera I'm talking about. I wrote more about my beloved dead camera on my blog tonight. Also, posted some of my favourite photos with it: https://jtinseoul.wordpress.com/2015/04/30/so-long-friend-death-of-a-sony-dsc-w100/ In #Seoul, South #Korea. May 2015.
In Seoul Korea
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Some hair, in Seoul Korea.. EyeEm In Seoul EyeEm Korea 35mm Film Monochrome Contax T2
It was his first Tattoo.. Asian Culture EyeEm Korea EyeEm In Seoul Korea 35mm Film
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Camera I always bought a lot of cameras. I could never decide what I liked, could never decide what I wanted or needed. Sad really, I've wasted so much money on cameras it almost isn't funny. It definitely isn't funny. I at one time would carry two Leica M9s with different lenses so I wouldn't 'miss' anything. 20k of kit and did it make me a better photographer? No. My photos weren't better. It was ridiculous. A couple of summers ago, I was starting to get out of this. Mostly because I had sold off my expensive Leica gear to pay for going back to school. That summer, I travelled back to my home province of #Newfoundland. Drove halfway across Canada. I didn't even take that many photos on the way. I didn't really like photography much anymore even though it was supposed to be a project. After being there for a couple of weeks, I was going somewhere with my aunt and she asked me to look for her keys under the seat of her car. Next to the keys was this old digital camera. A #Sony dsc something-or-other, I pulled it out. To my surprise it turned on, ha. My aunt joked that it had been there for a winter, or two. It kept me occupied for the 15 minute trip. I don't know what I loved, I just loved how it worked. It reminded me of the old Ricoh film cameras I had once used. Simple settings, one click for everything. Viewfinder. The first photo I took of my cousin next to me (I'll post it next- the last fish photo was from this as well) is a very important one for me. I started to take photos again. I took photos of everything for the next two weeks. I took the @artisanandartist strap off my Leica and jimmy rigged it to work on this one. Strap surely cost more than the camera. Cameras really don't matter. At least 'good' ones don't. During the last two years, I've learned more from this camera than any other. It allows me to not think, which is the way photography should be. I should take photos as I feel like it and it has taught me to try and take good ones without thinking too much. The camera died for good (I beleive), and it is a sad day. I don't talk about gear much, but I sure loved this camera. And owe it one. It got me back into loving photography.. RIP little dude.
Sunday night in Seoul Korea.. Streetphoto_bw EyeEm In Seoul EyeEm Korea Monochrome Ricoh Gr
I don't post photos of myself very often, ha, but I thought this was kind of funny. Seoul Korea Streetphoto_bw EyeEm Korea EyeEm In Seoul Ricoh GRD III From instagram : @jt_inseoul
Playing with a wide angle 'lens' for the iPhone in a shop today in Suwon 수원. Should have bought it ;) Korea Monochrome Streetphoto_bw Seoul EyeEm In Seoul EyeEm Korea IPhone IPhoneography Iphone 6 Plus Snapshots Of Life
Just got through the first roll with the #contaxT2. Right after getting it we went to the #ramen place in Suwon Station (수원역). The first photo on the roll. A girl enjoying her ramen ;) Food Monochrome EyeEm Korea EyeEm In Seoul Seoul Korea Asian Culture 35mm Film
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Everyday Education in Seoul Korea...
Brunch Around The World in Seoul Korea