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Untitled   (digital photo of original silver gelatin print)
 

Untitled (digital photo of original silver gelatin print)


aplumpton
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Exposure Date: 2010:09:06 12:44:50;
Make: LEICA;
Model: D-LUX 3;
Exposure Time: 1/125.0 seconds s;
FNumber: f/4.0;
ISOSpeedRatings: ISO 200;
ExposureProgram: Other;
ExposureBiasValue: +42949672 1/3
MeteringMode: Other;
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode;
FocalLength: 6.3 mm mm;
FocalLengthIn35mmFilm: 28 mm;
Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.0 Macintosh;


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This is a digital photo copy of the original silver gelatin print. 35mm

negative, 100 ISO B&W film, Leica RF camera with 28mm lens, natural

window light on displaced furniture. Printed at grade 3 on MGIV paper.

Welcome critiques.

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Don't you just love the play of light as it moves through the room during the course of the day? Very nice image with interesting play of shadows and angles. Thank you for sharing. :)

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Thank you, Pierre (belatedly, sorry, I don't often review my images and comments) and Trisha. Shadows are fascinating and evolutive and often quite close to home. Reminds me of Freeman Patterson's exhortation to others to shoot around your own house or gardewn. So much to see and interpret in a small space.

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Another eye-catching image in your collection. It seems to me that the chest of drawers is about to get up and walk around the room with the sense of motion the curves and hard shadows give the piece. Perhaps a simple country piece of furniture, but your photo seems to inspire it to stand up tall. As you mention, sometimes the best photos are waiting just around the corner.

Mark

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Mark, as one who is so sensitive to objects and surroundings in the lives of people, and the roles of people (your fishermen, for example) and their tools and environment, your reading of this image is something I appreciate. The rustic drawers of this 19th century bureau were clearly ill-fitting or ajar and they probably added (with the curved end pieces) to the dynamism you sensed. I was particularly absorbed by the late afternoon window light and the shadows it created on the old painted furniture.     

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