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Old 5th April 2014   #1
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"Grays the Mountain Sends"

EPF 2013 Finalist: Bryan Schutmaat's Essay produced with a Large Format camera.

Worth a look!

bryan schutmaat grays the mountain sends | burn magazine


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Re: "Grays the Mountain Sends"

a pretty hard look at an america most of us don't see; goes deep and is truly gray
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Marc,

That made my week.

Profound intimate portraits...more Faulkner than Wallace Stegner.


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Re: "Grays the Mountain Sends"

WOW, i really would like to know which LF body did he use, and which lenses and which films, any idea?
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Re: "Grays the Mountain Sends"

Fantastic photographs. I went to his website too. More great photos there.

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There is some resemblance to Paul Strand's work in New Mexico and Colorado from the 1920's-30's. With Bryan's touch and in color, of course.
Impressive project.
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