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by mark.darragh
20 Feb 2021, 15:48
Forum: Things
Topic: Is Colour Out Of Bounds?
Replies: 4
Views: 202

Re: Is Colour Out Of Bounds?

It's never out of bounds for me, Walter. A beautifully crafted 8x10 transparency is a work of art all of its own. The initial simplicity of the image reveals layers of detail when you take the time to to explore the image.
by mark.darragh
20 Feb 2021, 15:41
Forum: Things
Topic: Rock Pool self portrait
Replies: 1
Views: 196

Rock Pool self portrait

Walter inspired me to dust of a shot from a few years ago. At the time I got the film back from the lab I was rather disappointed to see just how much of a shadow the camera and tripod leg cast because the cloud was so heavy I didn't notice it by eye. I'm going to embrace the silhouette now https://...
by mark.darragh
28 Jan 2021, 08:30
Forum: Things
Topic: Art Deco Geometrics
Replies: 4
Views: 410

Re: Art Deco Geometrics

Walter, I'm really enjoying this series of images your sharing with us. They capture a part of Australia which is slowly and quietly disappearing in the name of "progress". I doubt the polystyrene and cement render boxes that are springing up like mushrooms will have the same enduring appe...
by mark.darragh
09 Nov 2020, 10:10
Forum: Places
Topic: Fern gully, Toolangi
Replies: 6
Views: 565

Re: Fern gully, Toolangi

Thank you all for your kind thoughts. I rarely use the 110mm on 8x10 but this was an instance where it was go wide or keep walking. Without the CF it would have been a struggle to hold any detail in the shadows at the bottom of the frame given the brightness in the top right. Walter, Schneider recom...
by mark.darragh
31 Oct 2020, 10:54
Forum: Places
Topic: Fern gully, Toolangi
Replies: 6
Views: 565

Fern gully, Toolangi

ImageToolangi ferns

Arca-Swiss F-Line 8x10, Schneider Super Symmar XL 110mm, Schneider Centre Filter IIIc
Ilford FP4+ rated at 64; 15-second exposure
by mark.darragh
22 Aug 2020, 13:24
Forum: Events
Topic: Exhibition: Relicts - Exploring the Flora of Gondwana
Replies: 2
Views: 1379

Re: Exhibition: Relicts - Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

Thanks, Warmtone. Yes, timing is everything. It was amazing how quickly the situation with Covid changed in Tasmania. The exhibition was only officially open for two days when the WG mad the decision to close. They have been able to reopen and it will be up until the 16th of November so at least the...
by mark.darragh
12 Mar 2020, 16:56
Forum: Places
Topic: Result Creek Falls
Replies: 6
Views: 1043

Re: Result Creek Falls

Great to see your East Gippsland photos, Barry. Very bittersweet though given the devastation that this special part of the country has suffered. I first visit Result Creek back in the early 90's. The track was easy to find and well sign posted. The last time was 2011. The track was completely overg...
by mark.darragh
06 Feb 2020, 10:21
Forum: Events
Topic: Exhibition: Relicts - Exploring the Flora of Gondwana
Replies: 2
Views: 1379

Exhibition: Relicts - Exploring the Flora of Gondwana

In mid-March I have an exhibition opening at the Wilderness Gallery near Cradle Mountain in Tasmania. It will run for four months until mid-July. The exhibition focuses on the endemic flora of Tasmania and explores the ecological relationships Tasmania shares with the Australian mainland, New Zealan...
by mark.darragh
25 Aug 2019, 21:42
Forum: Events
Topic: Group Chemistry 2019 Exhibition
Replies: 1
Views: 923

Group Chemistry 2019 Exhibition

The third exhibition by Melbourne based Friends of Photography Group opens on Friday the 30th of August at Brunswick Street Gallery in Fitzroy. The exhibition runs until the 15th of September.
by mark.darragh
19 Dec 2018, 20:58
Forum: Community Chat
Topic: Spam on forum
Replies: 1
Views: 1040

Re: Spam on forum

Thanks for all your work keeping the forum up and running Oscar.

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