The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias manifesting in unskilled individuals suffering from illusory superiority, mistakenly rating their ability much higher than is accurate. This bias is attributed to a metacognitive inability of the unskilled to recognize their ineptitude.
This was either Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning in Busan. I’m fairly confident it was in the P.N.U. area but I could be wrong about that. (Given how same-same everywhere in Korea looks, it could actually be Seoul.)
This was another Yashica Mat shot. Normally the frame is 6x6 but I cropped it down to get rid of some boring gray building. Remember: Cropping is your friend.
One of the reasons the Olympus Pen EE2/3 is the best camera ever made is because it/ they take some pretty raw-looking images. None of that “sharpness” or “bokeh” shit. No white balance. No EV button. No tricks. Just seventy two pieces of captured light.
I recently got my Holga 120WPC back and I gave it a run through a couple of weeks ago. Pinholes are easy to over-expose if you’re in bright light and are using faster films and this batch is no exception.
One thing I’ve noticed over the years is young Korean men clutching their girlfriends by the wrist, as if they want to keep them from doing something their girl brains tell them to do. I find it to be an awfully controlling gesture.
I don’t know when they tore down this neighbourhood to make way for the expressway they’ve got coming across the Geum River, but the entire place is completely overgrown so it must have been a few years at least. However, they forgot to remove the road sign, leaving the UPS delivery person with a potentially rough trip.
More of Nova Scotia in the spring, because I know that you’ve grown tired of looking at an attractive woman in a miniskirt.
This was taken with the Pentax KX when it was in a less smashed up state. As you might be able to tell by a few recent shots, I started using the lenses I got with it on a digital Pentax. It’s a bit fiddly, but it works well enough.
Weirdly, and I don’t know what’s causing this thought, I’ve been starting to think “Sharpness, sharpness, sharpness.” when using a digital. It probably has something to do with all of the pixels looking the same.