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    Apologies for having to repost the next two... Had something go wrong with my Flickr page, so the urls changed...

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    Something traditional from me. Coastline at 1770 Queensland.

    Phase 645DF, 35mm, IQ180 GND filter.

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    Back in the good old days of film, unless you wanted to do some complex work with masking, you were stuck with the contrast in a color image. Today, we can change that. But a host of problems comes from that. Shooting in really flat light makes increasing contrast really important. The problem is that contrast and saturation are not mutually exclusive. Touch a curve and you change saturation. It can be really tough to control color.
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    I enjoy the challenge of photographing icons that are shot to death. Not great light but that seems par for the course for me lately.

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    IQ180, HR40

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    High quality images as you always share. You set a standard of excellence that many of us aspire to replicate.

    I am sure you have shots that don't work but you are smart enough to not share those.


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    Ed here is my view of that same castle in Scotland - I like yours better it is a stronger image - however we ideally should never be too old to learn from others.

    Cheers



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    Ed and Mal - all superb and inspiring images.

    Mal - that shot of Eilean Donan Castle with the mist and mountains behind - just epic. That's my old stomping ground, and I miss it. That definitely gets the 'it hurts that I didn't take it' response...
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    Something traditional from me. Coastline at 1770 Queensland.

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    Perhaps traditional, but given that it's your image, I might see it as an illustration of a sudden insight or Act of Creation a' la Arthur Koestler.

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    I try, Arthur Koestler is one of my guiding lights but I also include, Iain McGilchrist, G Gurdjieff and the sufi writer Idries Shah amongst my influences and not a photographer amongst them.



    I realise that this is not photography, but I am attempting to stay open to the images that rise up from my non verbal right hemisphere as a way of honouring the creative process. My photography and drawing are morphing together and I now see myself as an image maker rather than a photographer.

    Also thank you to Mr Cooley and Mr Hurst for your positive response to my images.


    Regards



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    Mal:

    If you have not already done so, you might enjoy Jaynes' book:

    The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind: Julian Jaynes: 9780618057078: Amazon.com: Books

    It's rather old at this point, but some interesting concepts related to right/left brain, but quite different.

    Nice image BTW; it made me think of Van Gogh.

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    Thanks for that referral, I will look up the book, I get a regular shipment from Amazon to keep the balance of unread Vs read books in my library. I have added the title to my wish list.

    I guess I see images as having two sources, one is based on something in the external world that gets noticed and the second are the images that come as a complete image rather than as an idea that gets translated into a visual representation.

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    Ed here is my view of that same castle in Scotland - I like yours better it is a stronger image - however we ideally should never be too old to learn from others.

    Cheers



    Mal
    One of the best Eileen Donan images I've ever seen! Love the wind battered flag.
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    Ed here is my view of that same castle in Scotland - I like yours better it is a stronger image - however we ideally should never be too old to learn from others.

    Cheers



    Mal
    Love that image .
    I have been there four times , but never had a weather worth taking a shot .
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    Following some old timers with this one.


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    Perfect! The white clouds stood the castle out perfectly from similar color background.
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    I thought Vincent Van Gogh just picked up a camera.
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    Tom

    I try, Arthur Koestler is one of my guiding lights but I also include, Iain McGilchrist, G Gurdjieff and the sufi writer Idries Shah amongst my influences and not a photographer amongst them.



    I realise that this is not photography, but I am attempting to stay open to the images that rise up from my non verbal right hemisphere as a way of honouring the creative process. My photography and drawing are morphing together and I now see myself as an image maker rather than a photographer.

    Also thank you to Mr Cooley and Mr Hurst for your positive response to my images.


    Regards



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    Wow - fantastic!
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    Late last year I tested, fell in lust with and bought a Schneider LS 240mm f/4.5 lens I also picked up the 2x converter.

    We returned to Jackson Hole WY in March spending a couple weeks shooting in the late winter and testing/getting more comfortable with the new lens. We've now been in Tucson going on 10-weeks and frankly I'm bored. The upside is that we'll be returning to Jackson soon and will continue to photograph a buffalo herd I've adopted and hopefully shoot landscape and wildflowers.

    This is one of the test image I took in March. Standing on the Jackson Lake Dam early in the morning with steam/flog being generated from the water. Windy and cold as only this area can get. I took this handheld with the Phase DF/IQ160 digital back and the 240. F/11 1/320 ISO 50 and yes it's in color.

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    Thank you everyone who had a positive response to my images, it is a great compliment when folk who's photography I really admire give such encouragement.

    Thank you.


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    Sydney's annual Vivid festival is on now; it includes lighting installations across the city centre. I have not had much time to visit this year, but here are a couple I took on my way home yesterday...

    [IMG]_IGP9123Step13sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (150k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Tom

    I try, Arthur Koestler is one of my guiding lights but I also include, Iain McGilchrist, G Gurdjieff and the sufi writer Idries Shah amongst my influences and not a photographer amongst them.



    I realise that this is not photography, but I am attempting to stay open to the images that rise up from my non verbal right hemisphere as a way of honouring the creative process. My photography and drawing are morphing together and I now see myself as an image maker rather than a photographer.

    Also thank you to Mr Cooley and Mr Hurst for your positive response to my images.


    Regards



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    Mal:

    Would you mind sharing your process with this image? I am generally a literal photographer. You have posted images that display a combination of photography and drawing/painting. Sometimes, I find inspiration from painters. I have a series inspired by Mark Rothko*(example below): if I could devise a way to produce Paul Klee inspired images I would.
    Your image may have started as a photograph, but has been completely transformed to a different medium.

    Tom.

    * I should likely cite Pete Turner's giraffe as well.

    Mark Rothko appears in Lake Erie by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Sydney's annual Vivid festival is on now; it includes lighting installations across the city centre. I have not had much time to visit this year, but here are a couple I took on my way home yesterday...

    [IMG]_IGP9123Step13sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics (150k+ views - thanks!), on Flickr[/IMG]
    You could use the Opera House as a color checker .

    An OT observation: I grew up in southern California and as an adult have spent much time in Canada, mostly Ontario, but I've traveled from Nova Scotia to the west coat of Vancouver Island. When I visited Australia, my impression was that Australia was the British Empire's equivalent of California, while Canada was the equivalent of the remaining northern states in the US. I mean no offense to anyone by this remark, simply my observation that we all travel different roads but end up at the same place.

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    This image exemplifies your works; simple subject in beautiful lights and naturally easy on the eyes to admire.

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    Triumphant!

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    What Son said. The Eilean Donan image is a different take on this that I like a lot more than the cliche shot (great as it is btw Mal!).

    Buachaille Etive Mor - tough to shoot something new there without impressive weather I think. Still a nice image.

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    Late last year I tested, fell in lust with and bought a Schneider LS 240mm f/4.5 lens I also picked up the 2x converter.

    We returned to Jackson Hole WY in March spending a couple weeks shooting in the late winter and testing/getting more comfortable with the new lens. We've now been in Tucson going on 10-weeks and frankly I'm bored. The upside is that we'll be returning to Jackson soon and will continue to photograph a buffalo herd I've adopted and hopefully shoot landscape and wildflowers.

    This is one of the test image I took in March. Standing on the Jackson Lake Dam early in the morning with steam/flog being generated from the water. Windy and cold as only this area can get. I took this handheld with the Phase DF/IQ160 digital back and the 240. F/11 1/320 ISO 50 and yes it's in color.

    Love this Don!

    This lens made me consider switching to the DF+ but then I had a peanut butter sandwich and the urge left me. Just not feeling the P1 body but still hoping for something special.
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    I thought this waterfall would be bigger.

    Still a totally inspiring subject. Would love to see it with less rain and more glacial water.

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    One from the Thy nature reserve, Denmark.

    It was a very contrasty scene in front of me and I was curious how well film could handle it.
    I know from experience that this scene, I would not been able to handle with a digital camera in a simple way with out sacrifice either highlight or shadow detail, if I just shot one picture.

    So I used my Mamiya with Portra 400 and the Voigtlander VC II Meter.
    And I was impressed by the result of the Portra 400.
    It is actually more contrasty in reality than what this photo shows.

    And I am very pleased with the light meter, WAY better than the built in meter in the camera.

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    Ed here is my view of that same castle in Scotland - I like yours better it is a stronger image - however we ideally should never be too old to learn from others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    What Son said. The Eilean Donan image is a different take on this that I like a lot more than the cliche shot (great as it is btw Mal!).

    Buachaille Etive Mor - tough to shoot something new there without impressive weather I think. Still a nice image.

    Graham - My memory of the details of the landscape is not as fresh as I would like, but are you sure it's Buachaille Etive Mor? I had the impression it might be Stac Polly... Perhaps the photographer can confirm...

    All the best,

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