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    Like the vert & horizontal lines, mountain & Daffy checking it all out!

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    Here are some photos. Two portraits (entitled The Killers), and then some fish from my ongoing series on these lovely fellows.











    I know they are morbid, but I find them very fascinating as aesthetic objects. I don't think that is easy to see right off the bat, but I hope to try to make an installation or exhibition out of these, and I think printed large and in a group, they will better demonstrate what I am getting at.
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    Goddamn, I love your work, Stuart!!

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    Thank you very much Maggie!
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    I think the installation idea is a great one, BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Like the vert & horizontal lines, mountain & Daffy checking it all out!
    Steve: Thanks.

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    Here are some photos. Two portraits (entitled The Killers), and then some fish from my ongoing series on these lovely fellows.





    I know they are morbid, but I find them very fascinating as aesthetic objects. I don't think that is easy to see right off the bat, but I hope to try to make an installation or exhibition out of these, and I think printed large and in a group, they will better demonstrate what I am getting at.
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    Goddamn, I love your work, Stuart!!
    Stuart: +1 to what Maggie said. I have to ask why "Killers"? The fish are a bit morbid, but as a collection in B & W (?) they'd be intriguing with the light and shadows and the grotesque detail. I'll, also, ask why dead fish are hanging around to apparently rot? An Icelandic treat?

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    A sculpture in front of Redmond, WA's City Hall (where Microsoft pays property taxes). All with F6 and Fuji Velvia 100. Cheers, Matt.









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    Maggie -- I have some ideas for the installation, but I need to flesh them out .

    Matt -- Thanks for the compliments. I called it The killers just because they look tough and angry in those photos, but they are actually both very sweet and nice people. It was just a joke.

    The fish are hanging up to dry. After they are processed the most profitable fillets are sold to the home market, Europe, Asia and the US. The remaining parts of the fish -- the heads, spine and fins mostly -- is hung out to dry in the Icelandic countryside. There is very little in the way of pests in the cold arctic environment, and the constant wind makes the fish dry out rather than rot. It might also be salted, but I actually do not think these in particular are -- I believe they are just hung up. After a few months hanging, the fish is completely dried out, and is sent in bulk to Nigeria. There it is a delicacy -- I believe it becomes soup-base.

    P.S. I love that first one you have there -- I think it is the most effective at conveying the feel of the sculpture. Very cool!
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    I forgot one photo too, which may be my favorite one...he just looks so angry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    I forgot one photo too, which may be my favorite one...he just looks so angry!
    Angry? Well, how happy would you be?

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    hahaha, good point. But he looks ESPECIALLY angry.
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    What kind of fish are they?

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    The majority are cod and haddock, but the very ugly wide headed ones like in the first two photos are monkfish. In the last photo of my first post, the darker one with the big jaws is either an Atlantic wolffish or a spotted wolffish. They are all commonly eaten fish, the wolffish being the rarest of the bunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Maggie -- I have some ideas for the installation, but I need to flesh them out .

    Matt -- Thanks for the compliments. I called it The killers just because they look tough and angry in those photos, but they are actually both very sweet and nice people. It was just a joke.

    The fish are hanging up to dry. After they are processed the most profitable fillets are sold to the home market, Europe, Asia and the US. The remaining parts of the fish -- the heads, spine and fins mostly -- is hung out to dry in the Icelandic countryside. There is very little in the way of pests in the cold arctic environment, and the constant wind makes the fish dry out rather than rot. It might also be salted, but I actually do not think these in particular are -- I believe they are just hung up. After a few months hanging, the fish is completely dried out, and is sent in bulk to Nigeria. There it is a delicacy -- I believe it becomes soup-base.

    P.S. I love that first one you have there -- I think it is the most effective at conveying the feel of the sculpture. Very cool!
    Stuart: Thanks and thanks for the info. I'm glad the "killers" weren't hiding out in Iceland. Excellent use of the fish. No waste. Also like the "angry" one. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    The majority are cod and haddock, but the very ugly wide headed ones like in the first two photos are monkfish. In the last photo of my first post, the darker one with the big jaws is either an Atlantic wolffish or a spotted wolffish. They are all commonly eaten fish, the wolffish being the rarest of the bunch.
    Ah, thanks! I've never seen a wolffish! I've eaten monkfish, tho'. YUM!

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    From the F3 28/2.8 Nikkor combo:

    Mario and a Table, Northfield, MN, 1987


    Cast and Crew, Northfield, MN, 1987


    KMJ, Northfield, MN, 1987


    Mario's Table, Northfield, MN, 1987


    KMJ, Northfield, MN, 1987


    Tri-X in D-76; the classic.

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    Oh what the hell, I'm just going to keep posting photos.

    Enter Eric, Saint Paul, MN, 1987


    GTI Door, Minneapolis, MN, 1987


    Same roll of film and rig as the previous five.

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    I guess I'm the only one shooting non-Leica film this week!

    Some more shots from my Nikon F3 and Ektar 100, mostly shot with the Nikkor 105/2.5 lens I got this May (4 CHEEP!)

    Greenfly, June, 2010


    Cat Model, June, 2010


    Bob Whiskers, June, 2010


    Bob On The Printer Stand, June, 2010


    And one taken with my old Nikkor 28mm lens:

    Bobcat In The Grass, June, 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I guess I'm the only one shooting non-Leica film this week!

    Some more shots from my Nikon F3 and Ektar 100, mostly shot with the Nikkor 105/2.5 lens I got this May (4 CHEEP!)

    Bob On The Printer Stand, June, 2010


    And one taken with my old Nikkor 28mm lens:

    Bobcat In The Grass, June, 2010
    Nice ones Maggie. Especially these two. Love the color of his eyes in that last one.

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    Nice ones Maggie. Especially these two. Love the color of his eyes in that last one.
    Hey, thanks Lloyd!!! I love Bob's eyes; they're dreamy, well, for a cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    From the F3 28/2.8 Nikkor combo:

    Cast and Crew, Northfield, MN, 1987
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    Tri-X in D-76; the classic.
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Oh what the hell, I'm just going to keep posting photos.

    Enter Eric, Saint Paul, MN, 1987


    Same roll of film and rig as the previous five.
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I guess I'm the only one shooting non-Leica film this week!

    Some more shots from my Nikon F3 and Ektar 100, mostly shot with the Nikkor 105/2.5 lens I got this May (4 CHEEP!)
    Bob Whiskers, June, 2010


    And one taken with my old Nikkor 28mm lens:
    Maggie: Great photos past and present. Hell, yeah! Keep posting. I don't know if Bob's enjoying all of the attention. The Ektar looks very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Maggie: Great photos past and present. Hell, yeah! Keep posting. I don't know if Bob's enjoying all of the attention. The Ektar looks very good.
    Thanks, Matt! The Ektar really works well with the F3, which has always had a great meter- it hardly ever missed a frame with Kodachrome and it looks like the same is true for Ektar. I really, really like the look Ektar gives when you nail the exposure. And it's a wee bit more forgiving than 'chromes, I reckon.

    I'm going to have to get some more. Or should I try some Porta? You guys have any thoughts?

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    Some film from the last couple of weeks. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400


    2. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400

    3. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400

    4. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400

    5. F6; Kodak Ektachrome E100GX

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Some film from the last couple of weeks. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    3. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400

    4. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400

    6. F6; Kodak Ektachrome E100GX
    Looking good, Matt! The Provia 400 gives good blues! Those three are my favorites and that last one, I swear I can smell her perfume! Gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    From the F3 28/2.8 Nikkor combo:

    Mario and a Table, Northfield, MN, 1987
    Classic composition, and interesting main subject. Really good!

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    Some film from the last couple of weeks. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Great work Matt. Love this last one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Classic composition, and interesting main subject. Really good!
    Thanks, Mike! I shot that during a film shoot for what turned out to be an unfinished short of mine, "Waitressing For Godot."

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    Great work Matt. Love this last one.
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    Nice work guys. Maggie -- I liked the first photo of the green leaves with the bug on them...that Nikkor has a very nice look.

    Matt, I also liked your first one of the guy in the hoodie on the fence. Do I always like the first photo best? I have no idea...

    I recently got a great deal on a Hasselblad SWC from Al Tanabe (a member here). Last night was really beautiful (well, 50 degrees with a 25mph wind, but AMAZING sky and light), so I went out with the SWC. I walked around the harbor, which is right down the street from me. These were shot on XP2, and it was my first time developing that as well...it came out nicely. I also shot another roll of color neg, but I have not been able to develop it yet. My c-41 chemistry is a bit old, so I think it may give a bit of a color shift (not a problem for XP2...), so I am waiting for new chemicals to arrive.

    The SWC seems to be just like the Mamiya 43mm, only with no rangefinder, the square format and interchangeable backs. It is very compact, but I like the mamiya viewfinder better! The one in the SWC shows its age. The camera is a bit older than me...it was born in the early 70s.









    And see that spec of dust in the last one in the middle left part of the frame? The SWC has the resolving power to show it as it really is:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Nice work guys. Maggie -- I liked the first photo of the green leaves with the bug on them...that Nikkor has a very nice look.

    Matt, I also liked your first one of the guy in the hoodie on the fence. Do I always like the first photo best? I have no idea...

    I recently got a great deal on a Hasselblad SWC from Al Tanabe (a member here). Last night was really beautiful (well, 50 degrees with a 25mph wind, but AMAZING sky and light), so I went out with the SWC. I walked around the harbor, which is right down the street from me. These were shot on XP2, and it was my first time developing that as well...it came out nicely. I also shot another roll of color neg, but I have not been able to develop it yet. My c-41 chemistry is a bit old, so I think it may give a bit of a color shift (not a problem for XP2...), so I am waiting for new chemicals to arrive.

    The SWC seems to be just like the Mamiya 43mm, only with no rangefinder, the square format and interchangeable backs. It is very compact, but I like the mamiya viewfinder better! The one in the SWC shows its age. The camera is a bit older than me...it was born in the early 70s.


    And see that spec of dust in the last one in the middle left part of the frame? The SWC has the resolving power to show it as it really is:

    P.S. If you want to see a color version of the sky out my window, check these out. They were with the ep-1 and just out the window, but the light was incredible...they were taken later. Around 11pm or so. These are straight out of the camera other than a whitebalance to daylight...
    http://www.stuartrichardson.com/july-7th-sunset/
    Nice! Congrats on the new kit. Great results. The color sunset images are impressive as well. "Early 70s", eh? You are a spring chicken, aren't you!?!

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    Thanks Lloyd! I was born in '78, so let's just say I am a summer chicken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Thanks Lloyd! I was born in '78, so let's just say I am a summer chicken.
    Ok, Summer Chicken then. (My oldest son was born in '78, so not a bad year. Just sayin' a lot of us here have socks older than you! ) Glad you're here!!
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    Haha, well I hope you at least wash those socks on a regular basis. And of course, it's nice to be here!
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    Nice! Congrats on the new kit. Great results. The color sunset images are impressive as well. "Early 70s", eh? You are a spring chicken, aren't you!?!
    Stuart: +1. Nice camera and images. I look at the MF setups when i go into the Camera shop. The Mamiya 645D's are relatively inexpensive; but, i need another camera system about as much as I need...

    The sunsets photos are really beautiful!

    That guy was sitting on the rail and i asked if i could take his picture. I like his serious, but not quite, look. The tattoo guys were out for their smoke break; so, i hit them up for a portrait, too

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    My favorite wall. Cheers, Matt

    F6; Kodak Portra 800


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Nice work guys. Maggie -- I liked the first photo of the green leaves with the bug on them...that Nikkor has a very nice look.



    And see that spec of dust in the last one in the middle left part of the frame? The SWC has the resolving power to show it as it really is:


    P.S. If you want to see a color version of the sky out my window, check these out. They were with the ep-1 and just out the window, but the light was incredible...they were taken later. Around 11pm or so. These are straight out of the camera other than a whitebalance to daylight...
    http://www.stuartrichardson.com/july-7th-sunset/
    Thanks, Stuart! I think that's my favorite photo off that roll of Ektar. I am very well pleased with the Nikkor, which was all of $125!

    Love the bow shot and WOW that is some crazy good resolution!

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    Here's three more from the F3/ Nikkor 105/2.5 / Ektar 100 combo:

    Empty Egg, July, 2010


    Wet Light, July, 2010


    Bunn Out Of The Sun, June, 2010

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    I forgot one photo too, which may be my favorite one...he just looks so angry!

    Awesome selective focus, tone & Freak Factor!!!

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    Some film from the last couple of weeks. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400


    2. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400

    3. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400

    4. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400

    5. F6; Kodak Ektachrome E100GX

    6. F6; Kodak Ektachrome E100GX


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    Oh what the hell, I'm just going to keep posting photos.

    Enter Eric, Saint Paul, MN, 1987



    Same roll of film and rig as the previous five.
    Great Grab Mag!

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    A sculpture in front of Redmond, WA's City Hall (where Microsoft pays property taxes). All with F6 and Fuji Velvia 100. Cheers, Matt.






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    Nice Line Study & IQ Matt!

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    [QUOTE=Stuart Richardson;225258]Here are some photos. Two portraits (entitled The Killers), and then some fish from my ongoing series on these lovely fellows.


    Love this!

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    Thanks, Steve!

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. F6; Fuji RXP Provia 400


    2. F6; Kodak Portra 800


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    Here's three more from the F3/ Nikkor 105/2.5 / Ektar 100 combo:
    Empty Egg, July, 2010
    Maggie: All nice! The detail , color, DOF in the "Egg" is exceptional. Also, can't go wrong with a Bunn.

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    Steve: Thank you!

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    Maggie: All nice! The detail , color, DOF in the "Egg" is exceptional. Also, can't go wrong with a Bunn.
    Thanks, Matt! I wonder what species came out of the egg, it's about the size of a Robin's egg. Also, Bunn is a very glamorous rabbit, don't you think?

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    Thanks, Matt! I wonder what species came out of the egg, it's about the size of a Robin's egg. Also, Bunn is a very glamorous rabbit, don't you think?
    Maggie: Interesting. Probably fell out of a nest (or was robbed from one). Bunn is glamorous. Is that the same one that you've posted photos of before? Cheers, Matt.

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    Bunn is glamorous. Is that the same one that you've posted photos of before? Cheers, Matt.
    Probably the same rabbit, but I can't be positive. There's two different family groups of rabbits I photograph- one lives in and around my yard and the other lives a few blocks away...I think. They might be the same bunch of rabbits both places!

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    Some more from my past. Pike Place Market area in the early 1970's (before it was saved). Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.









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