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6 hours ago, atournas said:

Silhouettes.

What a way to capture an image with limited tones!!! This is some advantageous on a grainy texture. When it's part of the story it doesn't exist or distract the image. Just a wonderful photo. 

12 hours ago, NW67 said:

Thai Lilly

Chamonix 8x10 HP5+ developed in LC29 and shot at f7 1/60 sec

 

I am a fan of large format and this a majestic portrait of this orchid and very well composed and arranged. Lovey work NW67

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On 3/22/2019 at 7:52 PM, Cyril Jayant said:

Wordless photo Adam. "Adam was here type" this lighting always favors you wonderfully, and the colors as well very dramatic. Well done Adam!  

Thanks, Cyril 😃  With this strong low light, in many ways people's chests and backs are like mirrors 😃

On 3/22/2019 at 8:32 PM, EoinC said:

Fedora-Man... Master of the decisive moment!

Thanks, Eoin 😊

23 hours ago, Cyril Jayant said:

Not sure anyone else seen this one. This is the situation and moments that everyone who walked in this time-lapse of the moment or another dimension of exsistance, without seeing exactly what is it. Those who participated and represented it without knowing the moment and going through the battles fear, joy, pleasure, the struggle will make them blind. This photo can represent anything in day-to-day life and a lot of people can read photos easily but not a lot can read a scene and draw it at the same time. I think Adam You have a very developed eye for details. I like how you see through the lens ...😉

 

Sincere thanks for that, Cyril.   It is true what you say about standing in a place and taking it all in with as broad a peripheral view as possible.  It will all get captured in the frame so we might as well pay attention to as much of it as we can before snapping the shutter! 😃

16 hours ago, atournas said:

Silhouettes.

 

Fascinating, Paul.  Love it!

9 hours ago, Cyril Jayant said:

One of my experimental photo from my older Archives.

Silver gelating emulsion  Photo/ Selenium toned/ printed on Berger, Bariata- fiber base Paper.

Camera M6/50mm/Tri-X 400

 

wow, a timeless view of a charming city.  I love the film aesthetic.  Bravo!

4 hours ago, Kleinkamera said:

 

Art Deco theater

500C / 60mm / Provia 100

Totally love the strong colors and contrast.  Well done!

2 hours ago, Wayne said:

Streetlights

 

Fuji GSW690III, Agfa Vista 200

Good one, Wayne.

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Posted (edited)

Tried to edit this post and remove the original photo and upload edited version.  I'll start fresh.  

Edited by RayD28

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3 hours ago, Steve Ricoh said:

Shades of HP5+, Pentax MX 85mm f/2

 

Beautiful, Steve.  

2 hours ago, RayD28 said:

HP5+

 

 

Very nice, Ray.  No too often that you see a white horse.  Lovely!

1 hour ago, Cyril Jayant said:

Tri-x m6/summicron

Wow, this is stunning, Cyril.  Masterful contrast!

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Am 19.3.2019 um 10:43 schrieb stray cat:

rosebud kite festival 2019

Canon F1N, FD 28mm f2 SSC, Agfa Vista 400

What a perfectly timed scene!

Am 19.3.2019 um 11:02 schrieb A miller:

On the subject of schmootz, another from Schmootz Street, NYC :)

Portra 400 pushed, M-A, 28mm elmarit pre-asph

This is the better form of schmootz :)

Am 19.3.2019 um 16:07 schrieb Tmx:

500c/m, 120mm Planar, HP5+, Moersch Eco

This zig-zag of different lines and forms is truly captivating.

Am 20.3.2019 um 10:27 schrieb stray cat:

Flag Girl, 1990s

Nikon N8008s, AF-Nikkor 80-200mm f2.8 IF-ED, Ektachrome

This is such an iconic picture!

Am 21.3.2019 um 23:06 schrieb benqui:

Tmax 400, M6, Apo 50

Another stunning portrait from you - thanks for sharing these wonderful pictures here.

Am 22.3.2019 um 03:31 schrieb Ernest:

Stripe Up the Band
M-A APO-Summicron-M
E100

When I first saw this, I thought this should be the cover of a music album on vinyl. I just couldn't decide for what kind of music it would suit best.

Am 22.3.2019 um 07:58 schrieb Tmx:

500c/,m, 80mm, XP2 @100 ASA, HC-110

In its simplicity lies the pure energy of this masterfully done picture.

Am 22.3.2019 um 12:44 schrieb EoinC:

I suspect I may have posted this before, but came across it whilst I was looking for something else.

My Old Man, not long before he hopped on the boat to Valhalla...

A002 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

A fascinating picture and the most wonderful way to keep your dad present. May he have found true peace in the realms he has now entered.

 

Am 22.3.2019 um 20:24 schrieb Ernest:

Raspberry Night No. 8 Polyptych
M-A APO-Summilux-M 50mm
E100

 

Here you have again found a nice way to play with depth and dimensions. I like a lot!

Am 23.3.2019 um 03:10 schrieb NW67:

Thai Lilly

Chamonix 8x10 HP5+ developed in LC29 and shot at f7 1/60 sec

Welcome back - as it seems you have used your time to further enhance your skills and I am eager to see more from you in this thread.

Am 23.3.2019 um 09:32 schrieb atournas:

Silhouettes.

 

Stunning use of light - or the lack of light.

Am 23.3.2019 um 16:37 schrieb Cyril Jayant:

One of my experimental photo from my older Archives.

Silver gelating emulsion  Photo/ Selenium toned/ printed on Berger, Bariata- fiber base Paper.

Camera M6/50mm/Tri-X 400

It is good to see such fine darkroom work here. I still haven't found the time to use my darkroom again - but will do so, if the outcome on black&white film from my next vacation brings something worth printing.

vor 2 Stunden schrieb Cyril Jayant:

Tri-x m6/summicron

 

I am stunned by the perfection in this exposure. I doubt to ever get something like this done in my life. Awesome!

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Am 23.3.2019 um 00:52 schrieb Cyril Jayant:

Lovely landscape and I am sure this is not handheld. If it were handheld what quality will it lose, I wonder? Beautiful monochromic that deserves to be seen on a big blow up. 

Great photo and playing with a negative loaded manual camera to master this effect is not everyone skill. And  against the light and zero tolerance with the daylight and Non-bracketing is a mission impossible for me. Bravo! and you merit it.

Thank you Cyril for your kindly comments! In fact the first capture was handheld. There were no space for a tripod, terrible hot and the ground very soft. Enclosed another capture of the  location/ ground: dried-out however soft. Handheld es well.. Mamiya 6, 75mm, FP4+, DD-X

Best regards

Jakob

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