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by Maris
28 Nov 2021, 14:52
Forum: Things
Topic: Ferns after Fire
Replies: 0
Views: 8

Ferns after Fire

https://live.staticflickr.com/5214/5385879910_4d8135fa9d_c.jpg Ferns after Fire Gelatin-silver photograph on Agfa Classic MCC 111VC FB photographic paper, image area 16.2cm X 21.5cm, from a Tmax 100 4x5 negative exposed in a Tachihara 45GF field view camera with a 21cm f4.5 Voigtlander Heliar lens ...
by Maris
20 Nov 2021, 07:41
Forum: Places
Topic: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard
Replies: 6
Views: 80

Re: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard

Wow, what a dizzying perspective. And to add to the vertigo I think that the picture as seen on my monitor is upside down. Walter, did you do this with cunning intent?
by Maris
17 Nov 2021, 08:28
Forum: Things
Topic: An Unusual Window
Replies: 2
Views: 59

Re: An Unusual Window

Go to picture #4 and look at it. The pointy window in the back wall is counterbalanced by the slash of light across the table in the foreground. Then the tiny table uses a pointed leg to cast a pointed shadow to divide that same slash of light. Coincidence? I don't think so. To further entertain the...
by Maris
12 Nov 2021, 11:16
Forum: Things
Topic: Pandani leaves and Lichen
Replies: 8
Views: 98

Re: Pandani leaves and Lichen

Evocative subject matter, very gnarly, makes eyesight worthwhile. Here's a hard question: Since I have not made a colour picture in over forty years this pair of Pandani leaves and Lichen challenges me to pick one but I'm not sure how. Both look very good. What criteria does the colour photographer ...
by Maris
09 Nov 2021, 12:27
Forum: People
Topic: Form + Pattern
Replies: 2
Views: 84

Re: Form + Pattern

Brilliant visual invention! And Eleni proves form follows function, not. That witty and well worn, well ventilated, party dress could be leather or even, gosh, rubber. What else is in the Walter Glover wardrobe props collection?
by Maris
07 Nov 2021, 09:21
Forum: The Camera
Topic: Reciprocity Factor (Ilford)
Replies: 10
Views: 153

Re: Reciprocity Factor (Ilford)

Mick , I reckon photographing a low light scene using film that is well into reciprocity failure is not easy. I've never completely succeeded in transforming a dim scene into what looks like a fully lit scene. The problem is that the areas of the film that see dark parts of the subject experience r...
by Maris
30 Oct 2021, 09:31
Forum: Places
Topic: 'UNDERWATER' Cinema Alley, Wetherill Park, N.S.W.
Replies: 5
Views: 121

Re: 'UNDERWATER' Cinema Alley, Wetherill Park, N.S.W.

What a spectacular rarity: upside down Scheimpfug! I've seen texts that suggest the roofs of caves are suitable for this unusual camera movement but in practice the top of a cave is usually so dark that focus is irrelevant. Fortunately users of Speed and Crown Graphic cameras have reverse Scheimpflu...
by Maris
22 Oct 2021, 16:34
Forum: The Camera
Topic: Fuji Instax Film on a 4x5 camera
Replies: 3
Views: 87

Re: Fuji Instax Film on a 4x5 camera

I'm surprised that Marcus is so unsure of his framing, focus, and exposure that he is using the Lomography Graflok 4X5 Instant Back as a proofing device. Outdoor settings in soft light are not that tricky. The future of this gadget, I predict, will be the production of final original works. The phot...
by Maris
21 Oct 2021, 12:54
Forum: Things
Topic: An Icon
Replies: 2
Views: 88

Re: An Icon

Excellent city lights Walter , beaut reflections in the water, but the bridge seen in very "steep perspective" (ultra wide angle lens?) is backed by one of the best sky wedges ever. From hot orange in the lower right corner to black in the upper left and every nuance of colour and tone in ...
by Maris
19 Oct 2021, 11:11
Forum: People
Topic: Giacometti Walking Man Morning Rush, Darling Haarbour
Replies: 2
Views: 93

Re: Giacometti Walking Man Morning Rush, Darling Haarbour

Walter , a delightful splash of visual wit, and jolly clever to realise the possibility and be primed ready to capture the exact instant. And very bold too in exposing a large and expensive piece of colour film in the pursuit of a moment that could very well have escaped. The allusion to Giacometti...

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