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Hasselblad 500 c/m

80mm Planar lens f/2.8

Kodak Portra 400VC

I think I found my next photo essay. Interesting cars with my hasselblad. A very easy target though. This will be a work in progress.

If this photo looks like my photo of the day from a few days ago, well it is. I just can't get over the nifty perspective in this series of shots, and am publishing out a few of the ones that really make me dizzy when I stare at the photo too long.

 

3 exposures, hand held. Tonemapped in Photomatix. Topaz Adjust. No noise reduction. No additional work with the original exposures. Center City, Philadelphia.

 

Raw + ACR + texture

 

Thanks to my friend Kerstin Frank for the beautiful texture:

www.flickr.com/photos/kerstinfrank-design/

 

I love shooting still lifes incomplete ... simple, for catch your eye and then your thinking ..... leave space so you can create your dreams ...

"When I first started shooting seriously back in the darkroom ages, my goal was to be a photographer whose work made a difference. By exposing injustices or social ills, the work would be a key to understanding those issues and lead to solutions to tough problems.

 

It was a rather grandiose idea. But I was young and had great ambitions."

 

a new piece on The Photo Essay at:

 

www.desertusa.com/lara/?p=613

Sitting the Engineer's seat on a GG1 headed to New York, we pass ESSAY Tower in South Amboy. Actually I'm riding backwards in the trailing cab of G 4873 as we head for the engine terminal at South Amboy. May 1982.

Dedicated to Anna Utkina (Anna Utkina Photography - www.flickr.com/photos/amareno/) in order to thank her for her kind comments

 

- Essai en macro

Back-lit pose without flash-fill showing a profile view of Ms. Essay.

 

...words of Roland Barthes, from the book 'La chambre claire. Notes sur la photographie.'

This is a photographic essay dedicated to Barthes and his passion for photography.

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Sony a7;28-70mm

Lee filter 0,75 gnd Hard

Jpeg

auf dem Moorlehrpfad in Hammerbrücke

 

snowblind6photo.tumblr.com

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Ralph Waldo Emerson's essay Nature - and David Thorous's essay Walking - in one book with beautiful woodcut art.

testing out the shoot for polyamorous affair

My cat Bubi is a naughty,

Movement: Top, September 2014

Acrylic Paint on Paper

 

Sketchbook: Left Page, December 2014

 

Essay: Right Page on Sketchbook

Movement: Top, September 2014

Acrylic Paint on Paper

 

Sketchbook: Left Page

 

Essay: Right Page

Jerwood Library, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge. This is detail from the red building you see in the previous photo!

Casa da Música, Porto, Portugal

 

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So I thought I'd submit an entry to the Banff Film Festival photo essay comp...No great aspirations but it gives me a good outlet for using my pics. Comments for and against are all welcome! Here's the narrative that goes with it...

 

Immersed in the exposure and isolation of the mountains, when we are the furthest away from our loved ones, it is those times in the face of challenge, risk, and exhaustion that we truly value the frailty and gift of life. In the times we are furthest apart we find ourselves drawing closer than ever.

My Homepage www.zedithphotography.com

 

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Nikon D800

Nikkor AFS 200-400mm 1:4 VR

280mm | f/4 | 1/6000s | ISO 400 | APS

 

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