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by Walter Glover
07 Jun 2021, 02:32
Forum: Places
Topic: Patchewollock Silos
Replies: 6
Views: 37

Re: Patchewollock Silos

Mick, Yet more mastery of Lux Australis and geometric form on the windswept plains that you document! Some years ago I switched to FP4 Plus for the benefit of how its curve drops off into the low lights and these grain producing shots spell that out loud to reinforce that notion. As a rule I steer c...
by Walter Glover
07 Jun 2021, 02:09
Forum: Places
Topic: Lascelles Wheat Silo
Replies: 2
Views: 22

Re: Lascelles Wheat Silo

Aaaah Mick light reveals and shadows give form. And when that revealed form is pure linear Euclidian geometry it tubs at my heart strings, as you might have guessed. But when you add the extra element of that unexplained encroaching foreground abyss providing a solid plinth to the structure it is pu...
by Walter Glover
06 Jun 2021, 14:46
Forum: Places
Topic: Outer Harbour Fortification Pattern
Replies: 4
Views: 155

Re: Outer Harbour Fortification Pattern

And so ffar ffrom Lithgow, Mick,

Thanks.
by Walter Glover
06 Jun 2021, 14:42
Forum: Places
Topic: With, or Without?
Replies: 4
Views: 99

Re: With, or Without?

Too right Mick,

Not even with the most static of objects is immune from the passage of time. With my world view the clouds and slight sshift inn light were. compensationn for the kid being a kid and scarpering.
by Walter Glover
06 Jun 2021, 14:36
Forum: Places
Topic: 18-mile Hole, Cann River
Replies: 5
Views: 41

Re: 18-mile Hole, Cann River

Hiya Barry, Great to see you post again! Weren't they the days when would schlepp gear like that around and think notthing of it? And just look at what a visual feast such effort delivers. As MIck says, it's all in the detail — through optics, materials, and knowing what to look for and how to put f...
by Walter Glover
02 Jun 2021, 04:53
Forum: Places
Topic: Cataract, Mossman River
Replies: 1
Views: 26

Re: Cataract, Mossman River

The way of the world sadly Maris,

But you effort well rewarded, and the timing it would seem — not just in the big window of access but the micro window of time of day and modelling of the light on the subtle forms of the boulders.
by Walter Glover
26 May 2021, 01:15
Forum: Things
Topic: Template For An Iconographer
Replies: 2
Views: 87

Re: Template For An Iconographer

Thanks Rogan Josh,
For me the tape, as you say, in concert with rhe translucence of the drafting tissue aided by the resolution of a LF negative.
by Walter Glover
23 May 2021, 14:33
Forum: Things
Topic: Template For An Iconographer
Replies: 2
Views: 87

Template For An Iconographer

Preparation aand presentation to donors of proposed series of 5 icons to. be created for a reredos, on a side altar. Subsequently the iconoclasts haave wrested control and use the artwork as a podium upon which to stand a Champion Lenticular Screen (remember slide nights?) for the projection of lyri...
by Walter Glover
23 May 2021, 14:17
Forum: Things
Topic: In Praise Of Polaroid P/N 55
Replies: 2
Views: 81

Re: In Praise Of Polaroid P/N 55

Maris, Rhere'ss no denying the cost and wastage. But, when it worked, it was lovely. I never embraced Polaroids aas a proofing tool. Occasionally some clients insisted whereupon I had aa stamp for the back upon which they signed their approval and acceptance. How I hated bastarding such a wonderful ...
by Walter Glover
23 May 2021, 14:03
Forum: Things
Topic: Lovers in White Marble, Noosa Gardens, Soft Focus
Replies: 1
Views: 56

Re: Lovers in White Marble, Noosa Gardens, Soft Focus

Maris, Somewhat evocative of an Arcadian Rapture. I love it's nod to Pictorialist sensitivities of which I, too, must admit frequent exploits. I was just reminded yesterday, going through old prints from the 60s and 70s when the others in studios I worked at thought it funny that I splurged a king's...

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