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Project:
 © Brian Reitz (
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17 photo(s)
and 1 draft(s),
created on 16-05-2010
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68 photos comment(s)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
I have decided to post only my single photographs in this area unless I then create a separate project sometime down the road.  Right now there is no time for me to start and follow through with a project. Weeks sometimes go by before I develop film, or go through a SD card to see what I have got. 
Hope in the future this could eventually become an option here.  Let me know if this is breaking the rules or is prohibited and I will stop.  I understand that Photoholik wants to set itself apart from the other sites where single posts dominate, and standards are brought low.
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Project:
 © Brian Reitz (
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7 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 04-09-2009
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18 photos comment(s)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
I was in dire need of some R&R, so here are few pictures I took while on my two week vacation this Summer.  
Now that Summer has past, it's time to end this and move on to other things.


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Project:
 © Brian Reitz (
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0 photo(s)
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created on 14-07-2009
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0 photos comment(s)
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I often change rolls of film midway through and rewind them back to the beginning.  I put them in the freezer and forget about them thinking they're just a new roll.  Loaded into a different camera or a rewound back again, I can never keep track of them.  Sometimes the results are fantastic, other times they are so off kilter I am not sure.  I present to you  a project that has little cohesion in only that they are double/triple exposures.
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Project:
 © Brian Reitz (
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5 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 05-05-2009
1 project comment(s)
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18 photos comment(s)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Holga 120CFN . I've ran a few rolls through this plastic piece of crap, and have been more than surprised by the results.  Could a simple camera create such things?
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Project:
 © Brian Reitz (
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4 photo(s)
and 0 draft(s),
created on 04-02-2009
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20 photos comment(s)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
A fun street project inspired by Bruce Gilden and his close up work with off-camera flash photography.

I am not using a Leica M6 with an off-camera flash.  Instead, I'm making due with a Ricoh GR1 and it's tiny built in strobe.
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Project:
 © Brian Reitz (
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4 photo(s)
and 4 draft(s),
created on 25-07-2008
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18 photos comment(s)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
I know some of us are on some sort of vacation in a kinda hybrid paradise on this globe.  But I'm still here.
 This little project is a sort of spin-off of the very ending of my last series.  A few indoor flashes, a lot of grain and blur.  Nothing spectacular, just what I've seen here this summer, so far..  
Hope you enjoy your summer!
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Project:
 © Brian Reitz (
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20 photo(s)
and 5 draft(s),
created on 17-03-2008
2 project comment(s)
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78 photos comment(s)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
In this series I plan on showing you New York City through the lens of a resident.  A city of approximately twelve million you are never short of coming across interesting subjects and places.
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Project:
 © Brian Reitz (
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0 photo(s)
and 2 draft(s),
created on 22-02-2008
1 project comment(s)
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0 photos comment(s)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
I have not had any experience in working with projects or running a series, so this is a first for me.  It's ok.  Don't hold back,  let it rip.  Tell it like it is.

Last June, I had the opportunity to walk through a neighborhood of tastes smells, sights and sounds.  Up and down Restaurant row somewhere between Hell's Kitchen and Times Square vendors propped up tents, and set up stalls in order to lure in future customers and prospective suppliers. 

Although you might not be able to taste Times Square from where you are right now, I do hope you will at least get a feeling of what it was about.


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