35mm film photographer:
90% SOOC guy, equipped with Olympus OM-1 camera and Zuiko 50mm f/1.8, Vivitar 28mm f/2.8, Vivitar 80-200mm f/4 lenses or FED-2, FED-5s Soviet rangefinders with their respective Industar lenses.
Mostly I shoot on slide film, then I get it processed in lab and view my work on a slide projector/projection screen.
I do my best at the scene, less at PC. Objects/places of interest: creepy or unusually looking stuff.
And soon I'll buy dedicated film scanner and then I'll be able to share properly.
Anything Horror or Industrial related. A little bit of underground and heights. Usually my method of exploring consists of 35mm film camera, sturdy tripod, bright flashlight/headlight and a notepad - to write some "EXIF" data in it.
I'm constantly seeking an intellectual side of Horror, usually finding it in a few Survival Horror games (Silent Hill, Parasite Eve, Forbidden Siren, Fatal Frame, etc.), which make up wast majority of my PS1/PS2 games collection (only about a 100 games) and will continue with PS3. Yes, PlayStation is the platform of my choice - because of the wast library of Horror/Adventure games. Other genres I play are the mentioned Adventure + Real Time Strategy, Turn Based Strategy and little bit of Driving games and Arcade. http://www.gamespot.com/users/ichtus
Raw, Black and nasty. Or the contrary - Progressive, Avant-garde and Ambient types of Extreme Metal. That's what I enjoy in my metal. Other genres: Ambient, Synthpop, Industrial, Classical. http://www.last.fm/user/Disfigurator