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vor 5 Stunden schrieb Kl@usW.:

 

 

 

 

 

Marc, top marks for the feature...there runs a thread through all of your pictures and makes them different: the ability to get in  contact with people. Quite different from the "sniper"-shot. Congrats again, and yes, I´m a bit envious. Before I forget: Your signature-subject, the beautiful lady--lovely again. 

Thanks a lot Klaus! I am glad that you like the photos! No need to be envious, just go to the people and ask them in a friendly way. The most difficult thing is to overcome our fear to talk to strangers...

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1 hour ago, Kl@usW. said:

After I have seen so many  fantastic and inspiring photos ( and assemblages ! ) in the last days , here's my contribution: 

Patagonia, Moreno Glacier 

HB, Planar 2,0/110 + Zeiss Converter 2x,  Portra 400@200.  Handheld on the moving boat.. No PP of colors. 

 

 

Superb Klaus ...  and better than digital by the fidelity of the color and the non-hyper-sharpness of the edges and lines of the glacier

Best

Henry  the "can's worms" as said one person here

* "sharpness is a bourgeois concept"  as said Henri Cartier Bresson 

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Tuxedo V
M-A APO 50  E100
Black and white in color: six shades of stucco gray reciting a rehearsed narrative with a dark ending.

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54 minutes ago, Kl@usW. said:

After I have seen so many  fantastic and inspiring photos ( and assemblages ! ) in the last days , here's my contribution: 

Patagonia, Moreno Glacier 

HB, Planar 2,0/110 + Zeiss Converter 2x,  Portra 400@200.  Handheld on the moving boat.. No PP of colors. 

 

 

Yes, this has that atmospheric perspective that painters use to give depth to a landscape, but the quality of this aquamarine blue is so luminous it's looking radioactive.

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vor 1 Stunde schrieb Kl@usW.:

After I have seen so many  fantastic and inspiring photos ( and assemblages ! ) in the last days , here's my contribution: 

 

very impressive!!!!!!

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