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by John Power
18 Sep 2021, 11:26
Forum: The Print
Topic: Success in the darkroom
Replies: 4
Views: 20

Re: Success in the darkroom

Thanks Barry! Great to hear your thoughts on this, and happy that they are in the same directions that i was thinking, too. I have an old pressed steel shelving that I think I could use with magnet strips and this will probably be my first port of call. I'm taking some time to think about how to mar...
by John Power
17 Sep 2021, 12:30
Forum: The Print
Topic: Success in the darkroom
Replies: 4
Views: 20

Success in the darkroom

Apologies for the non-LF content here, but thought I'd check in on progress with printing. In the past month I've picked up a grain focuser (massive game changer) and yesterday took delivery of some 11x14 trays and paper. I did some enlargements last night (only a 6x6 negative tray) and it was the f...
by John Power
17 Sep 2021, 12:24
Forum: Things
Topic: Which?
Replies: 2
Views: 30

Re: Which?

is one of these a film and one a print? The first retains nicer detail in the brick, but I think if I was hanging something on the wall to draw people in the second might grab more attention.
I really like them both, though :)
Apologies if this was not the sort of response you were looking for!
by John Power
12 Sep 2021, 14:04
Forum: Things
Topic: Basalt & Ladder
Replies: 4
Views: 136

Re: Basalt & Ladder

I saw this on your Flickr, Walter, and enjoyed it even more as a full screen experience.
Very nicely done.
by John Power
12 Sep 2021, 10:03
Forum: Places
Topic: Wattles on Mt Ainslie
Replies: 4
Views: 68

Re: Wattles on Mt Ainslie

These are classic near-far compositions with the close in blossoms showing individual wattle flowers and the far trees showing wattles en masse . A cute and fancy art word for this style is repoussoir where an off-centre foreground object directs the viewers gaze into things more distant. Thanks Ma...
by John Power
09 Sep 2021, 09:03
Forum: Things
Topic: En-deadened acacia
Replies: 6
Views: 62

Re: En-deadened acacia

Thanks for the feedback, Walter, as always :) I'm almost always feeling a bit of time pressure when taking photos, thinking that I really need to be home in x mins to help with kid rearing (or just as often, having kids with me and needing to keep moving because they're getting bored with a spot!). ...
by John Power
08 Sep 2021, 20:57
Forum: Things
Topic: En-deadened acacia
Replies: 6
Views: 62

Re: En-deadened acacia

I'm not a big fan of colour lanscapes but this is a great one. I think the wide aperture was a good choice too. Ah! I'm glad you like it :) I get sick of colour and go to black and white, until I get bored of it and then its back to colour. I am definitely keen to get some other colour sheet film s...
by John Power
08 Sep 2021, 16:20
Forum: Places
Topic: Wattles on Mt Ainslie
Replies: 4
Views: 68

Re: Wattles on Mt Ainslie

here's another from almost the same spot... its a wonderful area at this time of year. Keen to hear people's thoughts on composition here! I was thinking the veil of blossom near the camera might be a nice frame but maybe its a bit heavy hanging there? My thoughts are that this could've been a fair ...
by John Power
08 Sep 2021, 16:14
Forum: Things
Topic: A bit of cush
Replies: 2
Views: 45

A bit of cush

Another from this morning. A rare occassion where I don't consider any of the (4) frames that I took to be throw aways. This lacks brightness, but I suppose its fairly honest to the moment. First time I've pointed my camera straight down... I nearly lost it a few times! Horseman L45, Schneider Symma...
by John Power
08 Sep 2021, 16:09
Forum: Things
Topic: En-deadened acacia
Replies: 6
Views: 62

En-deadened acacia

Out with the new lens this morn, got a good swing going here and I am happy with the way I was able to render this dead limb :) There is a surprise spiderweb (that I didn't notice while there) in the top right hand corner... its very well made and is probably the best thing about the photo :) Horsem...

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