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Hmm. There isn't a 'Preview' or 'Go Advanced' button when posting, so one can't check that everything looks OK before submitting.

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Storm over Taranto

We have been getting pretty bad storms in southern Italy in the last few years, almost tropical. Maybe it's global warming, maybe it's just a random thing.

M6, Summicron 35 asph, HP5 @ 1600

20181007-DSC01410 by antoniofedele, on Flickr

 

Edited by AntonioF

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18 hours ago, mikemgb said:

 

I think you metered the right one.

Stunning photograph!

Thanks, Mike :)

18 hours ago, benqui said:
20 hours ago, A miller said:

Straight up mid-day polarization porn at the Dead Sea

 

Velvia 50, SWC

dead sea oct 8.jpg

Very impressive Adam! „Strange“ colors and shapes

Thanks, Marc!!   

18 hours ago, david strachan said:

Photographer excellence.

Anything from snow blown "Street", film and digi, to gorgeous "Landscape"...any camera.

 

 

I love this image.

 

...

Sincere thanks, David.  I really appreciate that feedback :)

17 hours ago, Ernest said:

All right, the oxygen tanks are out, and the PSI is redlining on this one, too. The white formations are like alien life forms mimicking clouds, so I iPhoned a rour shot and flipped it over for just a little visual dessert to go with my Starbucks! So I am bouncing along the ionosphere of cumulus imagination, which Phil would point out has a tendency to accumulate if one isn't cautious, and what I see reminds me of the seascapes Gerhard Richter painted, which are actually two inverted views of the ocean with one reading like the sky. Well, suffice it to say, your Dead Sea is very much alive and redline stupendous. You'll need the Rockettes for your encore.

 

Cheers,

Rog

http://www.artnet.com/artists/gerhard-richter/seascape-sea-sea-BL9KuwWZ-FIsXg-hu5h_FA2

Thanks a lot, Rog.  It is good to know that my Dead Sea scenes are resonating with some well-trained eyes 👁️

2 hours ago, gbealnz said:

Could only load one shot, not sure why, try this.

Same details.

Gary

 

 

Really nice, Gary.  Love the lines throughout.  The other is really nice, too.  

1 hour ago, AntonioF said:

Storm over Taranto

We have been getting pretty bad storms in southern Italy in the last few years, almost tropical. Maybe it's global warming, maybe it's just a random thing.

M6, Summicron 35 asph, HP5 @ 1600

 

20181007-DSC01410 by antoniofedele, on Flickr

 

Love the old world feel to this and the great detail in the clouds.  A really great traditional photograph.

1 hour ago, DirkR440 said:

one more from Cinque Terre, this time in B&W:

 

Cinque Terre by Dirk Raffel, auf Flickr

This is amazing, Dirk.  What film did you use?  I love it!  The building really pop out of the mountain and I like to see detail in the sky.

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6 minutes ago, benqui said:

Very large array, New Mexico

 

M6, 1.4/35 Summilux pre asph, Portra 400

 

 

 

absolutely love it, Marc.  It looks so surreal and I love the color blue in the sky.    

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1 minute ago, Ernest said:

"This not a red pipe." - Rene Magritte

M-A APO-Summicron-M 50mm LHSA
ADOX Color Implosion

 

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30 minutes ago, Ernest said:

"This not a red pipe." - Rene Magritte

M-A APO-Summicron-M 50mm LHSA
ADOX Color Implosion

You're teaching us well Rog... How to make photographs / pictures out of the mundane. "...Not what you see, but the way you see it."

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1 minute ago, Steve Ricoh said:

You're teaching us well Rog... How to make photographs / pictures out of the mundane. "...Not what you see, but the way you see it."

Not much; it's just something I've had in the pipeline. Ha, ha. Can't unring Magritte's bell. I am wondering if, for him, he dreamed in Technicolor.

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So, the dreaded sprocket pics I shot while in Europe. Consensus seems that mostly they look better sans sprockets, and the bonus with this is that I can now tell myself I have an el-cheapo X-Pan. A by-product of this is that scanning is difficult. I get "Newtons Rings" occasionally if I use the flatbed, where the neg touches the glass. And the Plustek has your normal 24x36 cut-outs. I used the Plustek and scanned both sides and "merged" within CS6.

SWC

35mm Vista 200 film

Plustek 8200

Gary

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It's driving me nuts, I cannot load more than one image at a time, even though both total less than the allotted 500kb's. (245 and 238kbs).

Any ideas? Even when I try on the next "Reply" page it still tells me:  "You are only allowed to upload 501.76kb. "

Gary

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vor 9 Stunden schrieb A miller:

absolutely love it, Marc.  It looks so surreal and I love the color blue in the sky.    

Thanks a lot Adam. You are right, it is totally strange. In the middle of nowhere you find such a futuristic place. As far as I remember the movie "Contact" with Jodie Foster was filmed there.

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