This is what happens when you put a cropped sensor lens on a full frame camera. You see Kirlin!
|Canon EOS 5D|
|Focal Length:||10 mm|
You've hit a new low. Although I think I have a new favorite photo of myself.
jkirlin on 19th July 2007 @ 7:30pm
It's the world famous jkirlin! And his stylin' red Chucks!
Dawn on 19th July 2007 @ 7:36pm
trust me jk, this was the most flattering photo of the lot!
Bill on 19th July 2007 @ 7:57pm
Heh heh. Oh...of that I am CERTAIN. Most from your grimace when you were looking at the back of your camera. I'm well aware of the flattering and less than flattering angles. :) I thought it quite nice how embarrassed you seemed about it. Feel free to email them along.
jkirlin on 19th July 2007 @ 9:09pm
i must say that this fisheye lense does wonders..
nice one here...
and i guessed with such a perfect model, it isnt hard to capture a nice shot
zbjernak on 20th July 2007 @ 11:57pm
jeff, eat something - you look emaciated!
-SPK on 21st July 2007 @ 12:27pm
This was just saved and set as my Desktop background.
Iron Flatline on 28th July 2007 @ 4:26am
Boy I.F., that's kinda sick, really. You take some really nice photos. I certainly wouldn't want to see this one everyday when my computer booted - and I took it! (um - no offense, kirlin).
Bill on 28th July 2007 @ 5:58pm
I can't believe you evetered your self portrait from the Mirror Project to Shutterday and stuck my name on it. ;)
jkirlin on 3rd August 2007 @ 5:33pm
Oooh the moral dilemma, the moral dilemma.... ;)
jkirlin on 3rd August 2007 @ 5:34pm
The oddest thing is how this photo makes Kirlin#s legs look longer than they are in real life.
The Famous Anonymous on 4th October 2007 @ 6:42am
Words fail me.
Do they just make people stranger in Maine?
sarala on 19th May 2008 @ 10:27am
A sure winner, indeed. If you don't get hit. :)
Homer Laffoone on 3rd May 2011 @ 11:14pm