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Seoul, South Korea.  2014.http://jtinseoul.wordpress.com

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    Seoul, South Korea.

    2014.

    http://jtinseoul.wordpress.com

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Seoul, South Korea.  From a mobile set I’m working on for my website. http://jtinseoul.wordpress.com

    untitled on Flickr.

    Seoul, South Korea.

    From a mobile set I’m working on for my website.

    http://jtinseoul.wordpress.com

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Portrait of a friend.  Seoul, South Korea.  jtinseoul.wordpress.com Also, I wrote an article on my buddy Eric’s site about film versus digital if anyone is interested:  erickimphotography.com/blog/2014/06/02/the-benefits-shoot…

    untitled on Flickr.

    Portrait of a friend.

    Seoul, South Korea.

    jtinseoul.wordpress.com Also, I wrote an article on my buddy Eric’s site about film versus digital if anyone is interested:

    erickimphotography.com/blog/2014/06/02/the-benefits-shoot…

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More fish.  Seoul, South Korea.  From my blog post talking about only using compact cameras:  jtinseoul.wordpress.com/2014/06/02/feeling/

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    More fish.

    Seoul, South Korea.

    From my blog post talking about only using compact cameras:

    jtinseoul.wordpress.com/2014/06/02/feeling/

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I was packing for a one night trip to Busan on Friday and I had a problem that I hadn’t had in a while. I couldn’t figure out what camera to take with me. To travel, or to take photos, ha. It is a difficult question as I feel like too many people can’t distinguish between the two or spend too much time doing so. Should I take a “real” camera or just a small one? What am I going to be taking photos of? What am I going to be doing? All okay questions. After thinking about it for a bit I decided to take a couple of digital cameras. One bigger and one just a point and shoot. I was going to spend some time at the fish market, but I didn’t want to “photograph” it. I can’t remember how many trips I went on where I forgot that I was taking a trip. I spent the entire time looking through a viewfinder without ever actually “looking”.. It isn’t the way it should be. If you aren’t on an assignment or something taking a vacation shouldn’t be about photography. I don’t want my vacations to be anymore. You travel for yourself not for your flickr friends. So, in the end even though I took two cameras it was the point and shoot I ended up taking some photos with. I enjoyed the food, the ocean, the place. I took photos as I felt like doing so when I felt like I wanted to. Every I had went to the Jagalchi fish market in Busan in the past I ended up with the same photos of fishermen and women selling fish. Maybe it is weird to say, but the thing I most remember about this place is the smell. Somehow, I wanted the couple of photos I took to remind me of that. Maybe weird to most, makes sense to me. Busan, South Korea. May 2014. From my blog post, http://jtinseoul.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/in-busan/

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    I was packing for a one night trip to Busan on Friday and I had a problem that I hadn’t had in a while. I couldn’t figure out what camera to take with me. To travel, or to take photos, ha. It is a difficult question as I feel like too many people can’t distinguish between the two or spend too much time doing so.

    Should I take a “real” camera or just a small one? What am I going to be taking photos of? What am I going to be doing?

    All okay questions.

    After thinking about it for a bit I decided to take a couple of digital cameras. One bigger and one just a point and shoot. I was going to spend some time at the fish market, but I didn’t want to “photograph” it. I can’t remember how many trips I went on where I forgot that I was taking a trip. I spent the entire time looking through a viewfinder without ever actually “looking”..

    It isn’t the way it should be. If you aren’t on an assignment or something taking a vacation shouldn’t be about photography. I don’t want my vacations to be anymore. You travel for yourself not for your flickr friends.

    So, in the end even though I took two cameras it was the point and shoot I ended up taking some photos with. I enjoyed the food, the ocean, the place. I took photos as I felt like doing so when I felt like I wanted to. Every I had went to the Jagalchi fish market in Busan in the past I ended up with the same photos of fishermen and women selling fish.

    Maybe it is weird to say, but the thing I most remember about this place is the smell. Somehow, I wanted the couple of photos I took to remind me of that. Maybe weird to most, makes sense to me.

    Busan, South Korea.

    May 2014.

    From my blog post,

    http://jtinseoul.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/in-busan/

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