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by Walter Glover
21 Nov 2021, 01:25
Forum: Places
Topic: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard
Replies: 6
Views: 89

Re: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard

Fast forward to after the Berlin wall came down and another trip to Germany I found that she was inundated with work for the rebuilding of many places in and around Berlin. Fabulous yarn Mick, I have an ex-pat Pommy mate living in Berlin for years (former assistant to Bailey donkey's years ago and ...
by Walter Glover
21 Nov 2021, 00:22
Forum: Places
Topic: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard
Replies: 6
Views: 89

Re: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard

Well spotted Maris, It was a totally unintentional inversion, I assure you. Also laterally reversed. It was so long ago and memory failed me. And bloody E-6 emulsion side is not all that matte. Corrected now. The vent stack from the underground car park was the primary give away when I delved into i...
by Walter Glover
19 Nov 2021, 21:10
Forum: Things
Topic: Nothofagus and Richea
Replies: 4
Views: 89

Re: Nothofagus and Richea

I go along with your summation there Mark. I'm keenly following the line of reasoning because I'm about to start shooting colour neg myself for the first time to compare with XP 2. I feel more secure trusting a dip and dunk at a commercial lab given that I have to function by remote control.
by Walter Glover
19 Nov 2021, 20:57
Forum: Places
Topic: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard
Replies: 6
Views: 89

Re: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard

Thanks Mark, The viewpoint was requested and the 35mm lens was the only one available that could achieve it. Keeping in mind that a plan view is business as usual for designers and architects. It is shot with the 6x12 back to isolate the relevant content. Viewing the full 4x5 screen meant that the l...
by Walter Glover
18 Nov 2021, 19:30
Forum: Things
Topic: An Unusual Window
Replies: 2
Views: 59

Re: An Unusual Window

Thanks Maris,

We're all engaged in finding the cosmos in the chaos but the task is made all the easier when architects and designers leave a trail of crumbs to follow.
by Walter Glover
18 Nov 2021, 19:21
Forum: Places
Topic: Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard
Replies: 6
Views: 89

Plan View Of Landscaped Courtyard

View straight down from a balcony for a landscape architect using a Linhof Master Technika with a Rodenstock 35mm f/4.5 Apo-Grandagon.

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by Walter Glover
13 Nov 2021, 20:50
Forum: Things
Topic: An Unusual Window
Replies: 2
Views: 59

An Unusual Window

On a tight site in Sydney's Queens Park, this is a courtyard residence and gallery to display an extensive collection of contemporary Australian art. The concept is a north-south sequence of interlocking and skewed boxes in clashing primary colours. https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51676677469_5b...
by Walter Glover
13 Nov 2021, 17:02
Forum: Things
Topic: Pandani leaves and Lichen
Replies: 8
Views: 100

Re: Pandani leaves and Lichen

Colour neg is a whole other world A world that I'm about to explore, Mark, And you've given me a great lead in that Ektar sample in the other thread. Thanks. I've just bought what I hope to be a wheelchair usable 5 x 4 and the most facile avenue open to me is C-41 either in sheets or 120 in a 6x12 ...
by Walter Glover
13 Nov 2021, 16:34
Forum: Things
Topic: Nothofagus and Richea
Replies: 4
Views: 89

Re: Nothofagus and Richea

Great shot and appropriate research or knowledge of the subject as usual Mark, I see that there is some costly hedging of the bets going on here. Multiple emulsions on each shot and I dare say at least 2 sheets of each (at the very least). You create well seen and richly considered gems and the cost...
by Walter Glover
12 Nov 2021, 22:46
Forum: Things
Topic: Pandani leaves and Lichen
Replies: 8
Views: 100

Re: Pandani leaves and Lichen

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 invoke to select the right film for this subject? Don't go there ...

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