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by Walter Glover
09 Jun 2021, 23:23
Forum: Places
Topic: Warneet Boat
Replies: 9
Views: 59

Re: Warneet Boat

P e r s i l — enshrined in Aussie folk lore by Barry Humphries [off topic] "Our cloth all Persil snowy, For Austral picnic spread, Where hums the humble blowie And beetroot stains the bread." Handy clue about the Scubba but if fell into the mud on a shoot these days it'd need to clean my ...
by Walter Glover
09 Jun 2021, 00:11
Forum: Places
Topic: Warneet Boat
Replies: 9
Views: 59

Re: Warneet Boat

Well worth the effort Mick, And possibly a chance to time the final rinse by running the clothes through the Persil? I have a question without notice, if I may? How do you get to be able your gems to such a useful size on the forum? I have always followed the guide and upload my jpegs at 800 pixels ...
by Walter Glover
08 Jun 2021, 23:11
Forum: Places
Topic: A couple from near Bermagui
Replies: 7
Views: 54

Re: A couple from near Bermagui

John,

I have been addicted to photography since the age of 7 and I'm the bad boy who doesn't shy away from helping you get your fix and stay hooked. I am sure there are many of us here willing to offer a leg up on your journey. Ask away!
by Walter Glover
08 Jun 2021, 22:57
Forum: Places
Topic: Red River Gum
Replies: 3
Views: 28

Re: Red River Gum

Couldn't agree more Mick,

Especially in circumstances liike you mention where colour is a key factor.
by Walter Glover
08 Jun 2021, 22:46
Forum: Things
Topic: Ogre ears (thick house plant)
Replies: 1
Views: 18

Re: Ogre ears (thick house plant)

Hi John,

A most impressive grip on the potentials of tonality offered by the surface of this motif. There are pictures all around us waiting to be revealed and the best place to get on with it is right there at home.
by Walter Glover
08 Jun 2021, 19:30
Forum: Community Chat
Topic: An Interesting Read About Fuji vs Kodak
Replies: 4
Views: 1079

Re: An Interesting Read About Fuji vs Kodak

Mick, I think that the story continues elsewhere of how Ilford got a grip on a market sector through sticky to B&W and their subsequent staff buy-out and Harman along with the intriguing scattering of Agfa and the dedication of Adox. There's some interesting stuff in this (I especially like the ...
by Walter Glover
08 Jun 2021, 04:46
Forum: People
Topic: Wooden-Boat Builder
Replies: 4
Views: 219

Re: Wooden-Boat Builder

Thanks for the gift of "Clampism" Mick, Useful addition to the lexicon should I ever find the necessity of changing my attitude regarding "—ists" and "—isms". Itt's nice that you and Rogan prefer tthe second shot; the portrait of the prow. I find that one bordering on a...
by Walter Glover
07 Jun 2021, 22:55
Forum: Places
Topic: Red River Gum
Replies: 3
Views: 28

Re: Red River Gum

No problem with it being B&W at this end Mick,

I like it a lot.
by Walter Glover
07 Jun 2021, 03:33
Forum: Places
Topic: 18-mile Hole, Cann River
Replies: 5
Views: 41

Re: 18-mile Hole, Cann River

Thanks Barry, I guess it's not just a slice of the word but a slither of the continuum of time to boot. It just ticked over 2 months last week that I've been getting everything modified and finalised with gear in order to give a full reply. One hitch which I'll mention: I had been gifted a Toyota Co...
by Walter Glover
07 Jun 2021, 03:14
Forum: Places
Topic: A couple from near Bermagui
Replies: 7
Views: 54

Re: A couple from near Bermagui

Welcome and well done John, It is a bold and brave challenge to take on shots like these with sunlit surf foam and silhouetted masses of textured stone. But to do it with the tonal range limitations of colour film is heroic. Now, I realise that the notion of 'fill-in flash' might be aas abhorrent to...

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