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Sun Oct 20, 2019 1:10 am quote
I noticed a picture above about Guggenheim museum at Bilbao, Spain.

Here's another one from 3 weeks ago - with the combination of real rain and artificial smoke.
Quite scifi, huh?



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Sun Oct 20, 2019 1:12 am quote
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It's bloody brilliant.

Is Bilbao worth visiting then ?

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Sun Oct 20, 2019 5:24 am quote
B&W is my fave
I love either shooting in B&W or converting to B&W whenever appropriate. I am finding however, that I am abandoning the camera lenses for my new iPhone 11 Pro. It provides such a convenience.

These are a collection of some of my favorite hots over the years.


Shot on the Coney Island boardwalk, 2013


Also shot in 2013 at NYC St. Patrick's church to light a candle for the mother of our son-in-law. That was Bonnie's hand.


Spanish, classical flamenco dancer while on our trip through Spain in June of 2014


Shot while I was living in Bangalore, India in 2008, for my work.


Taken in the streets of Toronto, following a street photography course, I took in 2010


Tuff Mudders competition in Collingwood, Ontario in 2012


The "dogs of India" is still one of my fave pix, I shot while in Bangalore for work in 2008.


A fitness model shoot I did in 2011. All above board, Bonnie was the creative director on this shoot. Was a lot of fun.



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Sun Oct 20, 2019 9:12 am quote
Soul Surfer - those are just gorgeous!

Bill - Bilbao was, for me, a stop just for the museum (and the airport). It seemed perfectly nice, but I spent all my time in Barcelona and San Sebastian. San Sebastian I will go to again and again and was well worth the hassle of getting there (three airplane connections for me). If you're a foodie at all, it's heaven.
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Sun Oct 20, 2019 1:39 pm quote
Sunset at Torrey Pines, San Diego, CA.

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Mon Oct 21, 2019 1:13 pm quote
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It's bloody brilliant.

Is Bilbao worth visiting then ?

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Depends. If we'll forget the Guggenheim museum, it's not really a "tourist attraction".
Some could call it a bit nondescript, as it is just a normal Basque city, if there is one. Nice old town, but nothing historically or architecturally dramatic...nice river banks... plenty of shops... it really just feels like a normal city where local people live normal, modern life. With the tourists who came to see the Guggenheim museum.

The area around looks pleasant with lowish mountains and the sea closeby - again, nothing spectacular, but I'll guess there are nice places to go and see. I haven't done that.

My Spanish colleague claims, that it's a really nice motorcycle route to start around Bilbao and ride along the coast all the way to the border of Portugal.
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Mon Oct 21, 2019 4:04 pm quote
Thanks, folks, for posting in this thread. I was a professional photographer for 32 years; built our studio to one of the largest in our state; Master of Photography, Photographic Craftsman, Certified Professional Photographer, and Internationally Affiliated Juror (for judging professional imaging at the international level). We sold our studio and retired from that profession in 2006. I have to admit, I was pretty burned out on the business of photography (also did seminars for professional photographers)... this thread makes me appreciate images that have been submitted for the joy of taking them. Kinda like why most of us ride scooters.

Most of the images I have taken since retiring have been in support of a travel blog we do. A few days ago, while taking my morning walk, I pulled the phone out to capture a sunrise...



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Mon Oct 21, 2019 7:15 pm quote
Some photos from last week as I was transferring original Army/Marines footage from the National Archives Motion Picture and Sound archives in College Park, MD. Specifically of Bob Hope's USO tours during Vietnam War for my long term documentary project: www.iamnumber.org

Currently editing a piece about Michelle Dellafave from the 69/70 Bob Hope Vietnam USO tours as lead singer of the Dingaling Sisters. Michelle was also on the Dean Martin show as member of the Golddiggers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZ-qhfOvYJk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAHqzlh59EE



16mm footage of Bob Hope from the Vietnam War.


transferring from a VHS transfer of 16mm footage of Bob Hope USO tours.


Filming the film copy.

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Tue Oct 22, 2019 2:05 am quote
Captain Jim, if it can be a consolation, i too (among the many works i had) was a professional photographer and still today i use my Yashica Mat 124 G but with the waste of digital technology, nobody appreciates the technique of photos made with a 6x6 roller. ..sin.
PS: i was also a photographer for architecture studies with the Nikon Pronea.
Unfortunately my works and archive were destroyed in a fire in my laboratory in 1994 with all my equipment; i only saved Mat 124 G because i was using it.
Some of my photos are exhibited in the recovery room of the Curtiss P40 exhibited in the Piana delle Orme museum:

http://pianadelleorme.com/pages/?page_id=129
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Tue Oct 22, 2019 8:57 am quote
I posted the black and white original to reddit, and a kind redditor fixed a crease in the original, and colorized it.

This is a photo of my mother (the toddler), and my great aunt Kameyo, circa 1938-39. I don't have many photos of my mother as a child, since they simply didn't have access to personal cameras when she was growing up (1936-1950-ish) in Japan.

The text in the lower right spells "Tokuyama" which is a town next to Kudamatsu, in the Yamaguchi prefecture, in Japan. That's likely where the photo was taken. The second half of the text spells "Horie" which could be the family name of the photographer, the name of the studio, or a landmark - it's hard to tell.

Anyway, here is my great aunt and mom, Kameyo and Misao Oda, in 1938-39:


The original print, and the restored and colorized version


My great aunt Kameyo Oda, and my mother Misao (the toddler), in 1938-39, Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan.

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Wed Oct 23, 2019 6:29 am quote
Autumn in the Eastern Sierra.

Photo of Gull Lake, in the June Lake Loop, Eastern Sierra, California. Taken Oct. 14, 2019.


Gull Lake, in the June Lake Loop. Eastern Sierra, California. Oct 14, 2019.

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Wed Oct 23, 2019 1:33 pm quote
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Captain Jim, if it can be a consolation, i too (among the many works i had) was a professional photographer and still today i use my Yashica Mat 124 G but with the waste of digital technology, nobody appreciates the technique of photos made with a 6x6 roller. ..sin.
PS: i was also a photographer for architecture studies with the Nikon Pronea.
Unfortunately my works and archive were destroyed in a fire in my laboratory in 1994 with all my equipment; i only saved Mat 124 G because i was using it.
Some of my photos are exhibited in the recovery room of the Curtiss P40 exhibited in the Piana delle Orme museum:

http://pianadelleorme.com/pages/?page_id=129
Yashicamat 124G! Great camera. I shot a lot of portraits during and just after college with that camera.
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Tue Oct 29, 2019 5:02 am quote


Promontory of San Felice Circeo (aerial view) in the province of Latina. Many young people do not know the pleasure of trying to load a medium format and use it correctly; digital has killed photography as an art of experience.
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Tue Oct 29, 2019 6:42 am quote
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Many young people do not know the pleasure of trying to load a medium format and use it correctly; digital has killed photography as an art of experience.
Was one of the last classes in undergrad to learn analog before they got rid of darkrooms. Abandoned analog in mfa photo program and became a worse photographer because of that. Didn't touch photo for 10 years and got the bug again a couple years ago. Went back to analog and enjoy photography so much more without digital.


Bryce canyon. Speed graphic 4x5


Fredonia AZ. Speed graphic 4x5


Glen canyon dam. Speed graphic 4x5


Lower Manhattan. Pentax 6x7


Columbus circle. Pentax 6x7


Brooklyn botanic garden. Pentax 6x7


My main cameras. Plus a bunch more Pentax k1000s which I'm obsessed with. Pentax 6x7 is my favorite camera. It's a giant sized k1000!

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Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:01 am quote
I have no words for you, only admiration .... sincerely.
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Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:38 am quote
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I have no words for you, only admiration .... sincerely.
Appreciate it. My preference has nothing to do with the quality of reproduction between the two, but solely due to the difference in process of working in analog vs digital. I spend more time reviewing photos and questioning my skills of framing and exposure when using digital cameras because its all immediate. Analog, I trust my skills and spend 100% of the time looking at and framing the world in front of me.

I still use the phone as a digital camera when its quicker or analog isnt available.

BTW. the Ireland pictures below are a small sliver of what I have. I would move to Ireland in a second (specifically Killarney), if I could get a job and Irish citizenship. My mother would have had to apply for her Irish citizenship through her grandfather back in the late 70's or 1980 for me to qualify. That is a long term goal I have. At the least, I need to go back a few more times because I felt I could not photograph it enough in the time I was there.


Coumeenole Beach, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. cellphone


Rock of Cashel, Ireland. cellphone


Dublin, Ireland. cellphone


Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland. cellphone


Newgrange, Bru Na Boinne, Ireland. cellphone


Zion, Utah. cellphone.


Bryce Canyon, Utah. cellphone.


North Rim Grand Canyon, Arizona. cellphone.

This picture perfectly encaptures each of our levels of comfort with heights. My mother is 3 ft from the edge, my father is 12 ft from the edge, and Im on the other side of the walkway 25 ft from the edge! Ne

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Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:49 am quote
... other beautiful photos and ... yes, i understand well your sense of belonging with the land of ancestors; we italians also feel deep attachment to the places of the ancestors.



My sister...few years ago; she is in love with the USA and goes there sometimes for work (she is an FCA manager).
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Tue Oct 29, 2019 8:48 am quote
Attila wrote:
Captain Jim, if it can be a consolation, i too (among the many works i had) was a professional photographer and still today i use my Yashica Mat 124 G but with the waste of digital technology, nobody appreciates the technique of photos made with a 6x6 roller. ..sin.
PS: i was also a photographer for architecture studies with the Nikon Pronea.
Unfortunately my works and archive were destroyed in a fire in my laboratory in 1994 with all my equipment; i only saved Mat 124 G because i was using it.
Some of my photos are exhibited in the recovery room of the Curtiss P40 exhibited in the Piana delle Orme museum:

http://pianadelleorme.com/pages/?page_id=129
I had a Yashica Mat 124G back in the 70s. Most of our work, until our early adoption of digital technology) was with Hasselblads. We sold our studio in 2006, and haven't looked back since. I really appreciated what could be done with electronic imaging, especially so concerning the processing. We had a full color lab (wallets to wall prints) with film processing as well, doing only our work. It was a relief to do away with the chemicals and working in the dark when we made our transition to a full digital lab. All retouching, printing, canvas mounting, etc, etc in house.

Commercial clients were quick to accept digital imaging, as they could go direct to press. Portrait clients loved what we could do with retouching and composite imaging.

As I said, we sold in 2006... the year before Apple came out with the iPhone. From my perspective, that was a game-changer and a real kick in the guts for professional photographers: who needs a printed image when they can just show everyone photos on their phone?? And, with digital (after it became affordable), anyone with a camera or phone could "just keep shooting 'till they get a good one."

I also produced photographic art that we sold through galleries along the Texas Gulf Coast. And then, Photoshop and the various vendors made it "one click simple" to produce what passes as photographic art. Posting an image on the internet means you lose all control over the copyright... oh, I understand the considerations of "intellectual property," but people will "grab" an image from the internet with no consideration for the owner of that image.

It is a different world in what's left of the photographic industry.

Just for nostalgia sake, I kept one Hasselblad 500CM and a few lenses. Haven't touched it since we retired.

A couple images from this morning's boat outing...





A rare calm morning.
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Tue Oct 29, 2019 8:58 am quote
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My sister...few years ago; she is in love with the USA and goes there sometimes for work (she is an FCA manager).
Nice! Great photo as well. I unfortunately did not get to monument valley while I was on that trip. I really wanted to get there to photograph and was bummed about not having time to get over there.
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Just for nostalgia sake, I kept one Hasselblad 500CM and a few lenses. Haven't touched it since we retired.
Funny, I had a Hasselblad 500CM back in undergrad for a few years up until 2006 when I went to grad school and sold it cause I was broke and new transplant to NYC in school without a job. I have looked on eBay a few times recently for an affordable 500CM, but they are up in price unaffordable again. I bought mine with two really great lenses for $1200 back in 2004. Prices for them with one lens are north of that right now. Was never really great with the square framing on my 500CM. Ironically, it wasn't until Instagram where I started to "get" square framing, and had become my default format digitally until I went back to film. Now my favored format is the slightly rectangular framing of 6x7 and 4x5.

I appreciate both the workflows of film and digital. Something about film shooting makes me more confident and better. I also love the connection with physical medium of film and do my own b/w processing at home. I do not love the scanning to digital from negs like I used to back in undergrad and wish for the simplicity of editing/printing digital negatives. For some reason my negative scanning results just don't feel as good as they used to be. I wish I had space to set up a printing darkroom. Got a bunch of enlargers and darkroom equipment from an older neighbor who just retired and moved to Japan with his wife, but no place to set it all up.
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Tue Oct 29, 2019 11:12 pm quote
Captain Jim wrote:
Posting an image on the internet means you lose all control over the copyright... oh, I understand the considerations of "intellectual property," but people will "grab" an image from the internet with no consideration for the owner of that image.
It's terrible when people do that.
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Wed Oct 30, 2019 4:12 am quote
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Captain Jim wrote:
Posting an image on the internet means you lose all control over the copyright... oh, I understand the considerations of "intellectual property," but people will "grab" an image from the internet with no consideration for the owner of that image.
It's terrible when people do that.
A perfect example of how easy it is to steal someone's intellectual property. I have a sense of humor, but I wouldn't take something that doesn't belong to me just for a laugh.

No doubt, znomit will probably change it, but his avatar image is the image I took of the dolphin tail. (Just for some perspective.)



Yep, easy. I came, I saw, I stole. Now, that's funny.
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Wed Oct 30, 2019 4:29 am quote
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A perfect example of how easy it is to steal someone's intellectual property. I have a sense of humor, but I wouldn't take something that doesn't belong to me just for a laugh.

No doubt, znomit will probably change it, but his avatar image is the image I took of the dolphin tail. (Just for some perspective.)
It is a great shot, and yes Iím just borrowing it. Will put my kitty back tomorrow.
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Wed Oct 30, 2019 4:43 am quote
It's all fun and games until copyright law and IP rears it's ugly head. It is a nice picture though!
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Wed Oct 30, 2019 4:37 pm quote
znomit wrote:
Captain Jim wrote:
A perfect example of how easy it is to steal someone's intellectual property. I have a sense of humor, but I wouldn't take something that doesn't belong to me just for a laugh.

No doubt, znomit will probably change it, but his avatar image is the image I took of the dolphin tail. (Just for some perspective.)
It is a great shot, and yes Iím just borrowing it. Will put my kitty back tomorrow.
Let me know where you park your scooter... I know some folks who might want to borrow it.
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Thu Oct 31, 2019 12:03 am quote
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Attila wrote:
Many young people do not know the pleasure of trying to load a medium format and use it correctly; digital has killed photography as an art of experience.
Was one of the last classes in undergrad to learn analog before they got rid of darkrooms. Abandoned analog in mfa photo program and became a worse photographer because of that. Didn't touch photo for 10 years and got the bug again a couple years ago. Went back to analog and enjoy photography so much more without digital.


This one sort of reminds me of some my grandfather took and developed himself almost a hundred years ago.







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Winter visions from San Felice Circeo ...
The ancient Roman canal port with a medieval tower in the background for sighting of Saracen pirates:

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The Honeybadgers on a little bridge in Canada, on a cold, clear night at Bow Lake
Look at all those stars.
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Fri Jan 10, 2020 10:50 am quote
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This one sort of reminds me of some my grandfather took and developed himself almost a hundred years ago.
Just noticed this. Love these images, especially the scan of prints on warm tone fiber paper! Really great stuff!
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Fri Jan 10, 2020 11:39 am quote
It could also be obtained with 400 ASA or 600 ASA films by printing on rough paper, warm tones and oil painting effect were obtained ... eh, skill and not computer.
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Fri Jan 10, 2020 12:41 pm quote
Or you could go with selenium toning. If you really wanted to go all out!

Btw, for the analog members... An old Italian film stock finally came back recently after years of trying to restart production...
https://www.filmferrania.com/
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I shot this last week while walking the dog at the Pennsylvania Military Museum which is just down the street. It's a monument to the soldiers who've fallen in Iraq. It's made of steel and the openings reflect the explosive ravages to armored vehicles. Inside hang scraps of steel on a cable which make an eerie noise when the wind blows.



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Ms Miguel and I are taking one shot a day for the year and exchanging them at the end of the day.


Buddha head in a stone wall


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