The two lenses of a twin lens reflex camera deliver a crucially more simple exposure process than the single lens reflex there is no mirror to move and no interruption of the view of the shot through the view finder. TLR users would not have it any other way. In terms of timing the system is flexible at both extremes of the photographic process. The view of the shot is not interrupted by the movement of a mirror, so shots requiring a long exposure can be taken with greater flexibility and adjustment, while for similar reasons shots requiring speed can be composed and exposed more quickly because a heavy mirror does not have to be accelerated and shutter lag is minimised. The Rolleiflex is pretty much the last word in twin lens reflex cameras, it is beautifully and precisely engineered. This beauty and precision is matched by the work of Yukio Miyamoto. These images are created by Yukio in Adobe Creative Suite. To the front of this card you see one view of the finished artwork. As a background to this text you see a visual progress report sent to us by Yukio in the course of his work on these images. Man Ray gave us the quote: Creativity is divine, reproduction is human. Yukio’s work transcends creativity and reproduction. For these shirts we reproduce Yukio’s artwork at a minimum of 720 dpi.
Rolleiflex All over T shirt by Yukio Miyamoto