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by Walter Glover
17 Aug 2020, 23:30
Forum: Things
Topic: Tarraville Church
Replies: 10
Views: 591

Re: Tarraville Church

Mick,
I'm not suggesting for a moment that you're headed someplace any time soon. I was just applauding yur ongoing interest and dedication. I hold the same respect for all of us here who delight in applying our craft.

Enjoy,
by Walter Glover
17 Aug 2020, 05:52
Forum: Places
Topic: My Mother's Parlor
Replies: 5
Views: 688

Re: My Mother's Parlor

All sorts of people live across the street, or around the corner, or the other side of town. But those we love live deep within our hearts and they can never move from there ..... they stay with us forever more.
by Walter Glover
17 Aug 2020, 05:44
Forum: Places
Topic: My Mother's Kitchen
Replies: 4
Views: 99

Re: My Mother's Kitchen

Well gentlemen, let me assure you in no uncertain terms that when rushed off to work on the morning of Friday, December 6, 2019 I left a clean, but mildly chaotic flat, fully intending to change the cat tray and wash-up on the weekend. Such was never to be, as you know. Now it is the room in my care...
by Walter Glover
17 Aug 2020, 05:26
Forum: Things
Topic: Tarraville Church
Replies: 10
Views: 591

Re: Tarraville Church

Ave Paul Strand and Mick Fagan!
by Walter Glover
12 Aug 2020, 04:53
Forum: People
Topic: Facial Reconstruction
Replies: 5
Views: 204

Re: Facial Reconstruction

Thanks for the clarificarion, Maris. Nevertheless they do contribute significantly to the visually to the narrative for mr becuse without the the motif becomes a mummy (no offence). The need to see iis a signifier of life. Again harking back to my notion of the power of minimal visual clues. I fing ...
by Walter Glover
10 Aug 2020, 21:05
Forum: People
Topic: Facial Reconstruction
Replies: 5
Views: 204

Re: Facial Reconstruction

On the subject of the eyes, I think that key elememt that shifts this image from merely "clinical documentation" to "visual statement" is the incorporation of the two pen marks approximating pupils. For the sitter's sake, I hope the pressure of the pen was was on a bench top prio...
by Walter Glover
01 Aug 2020, 08:17
Forum: People
Topic: Facial Reconstruction
Replies: 5
Views: 204

Re: Facial Reconstruction

What an absolutely amazing revelation of just how little hard data we need to read and connect empathetically with our kindred and kind. Such a tale of inner veracity there is in a comparison of the hand gestures; especially given that the brave and generous sitter quite possibly has no visual refer...
by Walter Glover
22 Jul 2020, 19:26
Forum: Things
Topic: Lake Cootharaba, Swings
Replies: 6
Views: 191

Re: Lake Cootharaba, Swings

Bravo Msris, That patch of sky and clouds is alluring and prompting quite some desire to try some Fomapan sooner rather than later in the event that this lockdown should ever be eased. the motifof the shot is rewarding also.
by Walter Glover
30 Jun 2020, 09:29
Forum: Things
Topic: Fallen Log and Sedge
Replies: 2
Views: 152

Re: Fallen Log and Sedge

First encountered the potency of Scheimpflug in the 60s with a Rollriflex SL66 and have been a fan boy ever since. Nobody ever tells newbies that depth of field just isn't the same thing. (Did anyone just think 'diffraction'?)
by Walter Glover
30 Jun 2020, 09:21
Forum: Places
Topic: Large Format Fisheye
Replies: 2
Views: 162

Re: Large Format Fisheye

I can vouch for the amazing image quality on the Mamiya=Sekor fisheye. I had the version for the RZ. A mate did a radio broadcast from the first untethered flight of the Bond airship over Sydney in about 1986 and swung me the junket as long as I made some shots available to 2-Day FM. I flogged as sh...

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