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    Groupings, Sets and Series

    After having some renovations done at home, I decided to replace two "groups" of photos on the walls with newer pics. I always find that choosing these sets is an interesting and challenging process (which, in my case, also involves the opinon of other family members and friends). It is clearly different than assessing images on their own. The pictures have to work together. One of the group shouldn't be too dominant. As a set, they may be stronger than individual photos.

    Anyway, I thought it might be interesting for forum members to post some of their own groupings, sets, and series -- say, from 2 to 4 photographs. What makes the individual shots a "group" is up to you: common subject matter, common colour theme, common or opposing shapes (rectangles, curves), temporal strand, seasons, something that leads the eye from one photo to the next, focus in the same or opposite quadrants, etc. etc.

    I'll start with a simple example, in a separate post. Anyone else interested?
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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Abandoned auto set (common subject matter):







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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    John,
    This could be an interesting thread.
    Is there a way to exhibit the images horizontally?
    They will read different than vertically.
    Maybe you could link the images to a gallery or something.
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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Maybe you could invite members from small sensors forum also.
    There's many good shooters over there.

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    Nice photos, John.

    Groups, sets, etc, hung on the wall are extensions of the diptych, triptych, etc notion to me. I do a lot of these sorts of image sets: for the web, I render them together into a single image file.



    I've done a few of these this year with portraits too. I really like this double-series ...



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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    John,
    This could be an interesting thread.
    Is there a way to exhibit the images horizontally?
    They will read different than vertically.
    Maybe you could link the images to a gallery or something.
    Shooter
    Linking to a gallery would work. I think you can display images side by side just by inserting the links consecutively on the same line.
    This will make viewing the images a scrollable affair, however.
    OTOH, you are absolutely correct -- positioning in the group makes a difference.

    I'll bet you have some candidates, Shooter!

    Test for side by side. A group of plants. Two have curves and rounded shapes predominant.
    The other two have round shapes, but also the more angular shapes of the petals.
    I'm not sure if I got the relative positioning correct, but this is how *I* saw it.


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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    Maybe you could invite members from small sensors forum also.
    There's many good shooters over there.
    It sounds like you're familiar with these folk -- why don't YOU invite them? I have no objections whatsoever.
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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Nice photos, John.

    Groups, sets, etc, hung on the wall are extensions of the diptych, triptych, etc notion to me. I do a lot of these sorts of image sets: for the web, I render them together into a single image file.

    I've done a few of these this year with portraits too. I really like this double-series ...
    Godfrey, I was hoping I might lure you in with this topic. Your recent triptych was marvellous and these are terrific examples as well. I like this idea for portraits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    ../.. but this is how *I* saw it.
    Tell you what I see - the best black and white processing on this forum.

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    John,
    Let's work out the logistics of the viewing first before we start getting to deep.
    I curate and edit many shooters and artist work. I can't even think about doing it on this forum. If you get it going...I certainly will support the effort and feed into it....

    Maybe Guy and or Jack could help with the admin stuff....

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    John, Let's work out the logistics of the viewing first before we start getting to deep. I curate and edit many shooters and artist work.
    Well, you have me there. I'm just an older geek with a camera, an interest in the visual arts, and two small wall spaces in my home designated for photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    I can't even think about doing it on this forum. If you get it going...I certainly will support the effort and feed into it....Maybe Guy and or Jack could help with the admin stuff....
    And here I thought I'd GOT it going. Seriously, any help/suggestions that you, Guy or Jack want to share, that would be great. Are you suggesting that the topic has 'legs' outside of this forum, or that the standard 'thread of posts' may not be best vehicle to share (or perhaps both)?
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    Re: Black & White

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Tell you what I see - the best black and white processing on this forum.
    Thanks, Michael. One thing I noticed as soon as I began monitoring this forum is that the calibre of the images is pretty high, and that there is a wealth of knowledge and expertise to be found among the forum's participants. And, yet, members aren't visually pedantic, as sometimes happens (witness the bokeh and funky image threads).
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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    You sure are making it difficult for a beginner to find the courage to post here with the standard you set with your pictures, but here is one set that I kind of liked - even though it will make you dizzy... Three bushes standing next to each other, with the G1 and the older uncoated (and not yet cleaned...) Cooke Kinic 25/1.5. Only auto-contrast jpgs.










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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Nice photos, John.

    Groups, sets, etc, hung on the wall are extensions of the diptych, triptych, etc notion to me. I do a lot of these sorts of image sets: for the web, I render them together into a single image file.



    I've done a few of these this year with portraits too. I really like this double-series ...


    How fun!

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    ... here is one set that I kind of liked - even though it will make you dizzy... Three bushes standing next to each other, with the G1 and the older uncoated (and not yet cleaned...) Cooke Kinic 25/1.5. Only auto-contrast jpgs.
    Cool, Stefan. But I can see StreetShooter's point immediately -- would you display these top to bottom, or side by side?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Godfrey, I was hoping I might lure you in with this topic. Your recent triptych was marvellous and these are terrific examples as well. I like this idea for portraits.
    Thank you John! :-)

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    You could call this the 20mm brick wall test series.

    A rich, dark colour...


    Abandoned coffee cup...


    Dull day at the Broadview Apartments...


    Mysterious enterprise...


    Forgotten window...


    Use at own risk...


    Look towards the heavens...
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    Dolls in the window...


    Star wheel...


    Pricey patina of a new condo...


    Danger, Caution...


    Escape, escape...


    For peeking in or out?


    This way, this way...
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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    John

    I really like your images of old Toronto. Now you've got me thinking seriously about a day trip there, I'm only a two hour train ride away.

    regards
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    Thanks, Santo. All of these were taken last Saturday during a long walk -- about 6 hours including stops for coffee and lunch. They range from Riverdale south, through Queen St. East, and some areas close to U of T. Then I ran out of steam.
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    John

    I really like your images of old Toronto. Now you've got me thinking seriously about a day trip there, I'm only a two hour train ride away.

    regards
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    Lots of stuff to photograph in Toronto, too many to list. But the Beach, Cabbagetown and Cork Town are good places to start.

    As usual, lovely images, John

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    I've been trying to collect my images into related or thematic groups for presentation in both printed and online form. Here is one attempt at a small portfolio, following the format suggestions in Paul Butzi's blog

    http://www.schophoto.com/Portfolios/OldMill.pdf

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    Very nice images and presentation, Carl.

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    I agree -- wonderful series, Carl.
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    Can I line up and applaud the work? Well done!

    I also had a look at two of Paul's collections. I liked the one called Fog also of some of the images were kind of similar to each other. I noticed he mentioned what font he used... not very necessary in my opinion although I liked the way the work and material was described.

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    Thank you Diane, John, and Jonas. I like the convenience of setting up these small portfolios in a page layout app (using Apple Pages) and then just exporting a pdf file for the web and sending the original file to the printer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I've been trying to collect my images into related or thematic groups for presentation in both printed and online form. Here is one attempt at a small portfolio, following the format suggestions in Paul Butzi's blog

    http://www.schophoto.com/Portfolios/OldMill.pdf
    Nicely done, Carl!

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    Nicely done, Carl!
    Thank you Godfrey.

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I've been trying to collect my images into related or thematic groups for presentation in both printed and online form. Here is one attempt at a small portfolio, following the format suggestions in Paul Butzi's blog

    http://www.schophoto.com/Portfolios/OldMill.pdf
    Just looked at your beautifull book. Very nice.

    Nice thread this is. Love the Toronto serie too, John.

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    My contribution:


    1.




    2.




    3.




    4.

    Panasonic G1 & GF1 bodies, Panasonic 14-45, 45-200mm, various Minolta, Pentax, Canon FD, M39 & M42 mount lenses.

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Hi, Ron. Just where "a little north or Toronto" are you? Is this building close by?

    I, too, find I'm drawn to windows and doors and "age". The following shots are from Black Creek (the first three), and from Prince Edward County (the last one). Jeez, someone might start to think we live in a pretty backward and dilapidated area of the world!







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    Thank you Michiel.

    John and Ron, Very nice series of window/door shots in the Toronto area. Old, abandoned buildings offer a lot of interesting material for the photographer.

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    John, we live on 10 acres in the amalgamated town of New Tecumseth; formerly Alliston, Beeton, Tottenham & Tecumseth township. It is ~60km north of the 401.

    The subject building is in the town of Beeton where there are many film shoots due to the large number of old Victorian buildings in good condition. I have a few shots of them.

    Regarding dilapidated, here are a couple:






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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Evers View Post
    John, we live on 10 acres in the amalgamated town of New Tecumseth; formerly Alliston, Beeton, Tottenham & Tecumseth township. It is ~60km north of the 401.
    Yes, I know that area, but I wasn't aware of the "amalgamation". There is (still) some beautiful countryside thereabouts.
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    This summer the whole city of Amsterdam was full of elephants, all decorated differently by various artists. They were auctioned to save the real elephants.

    Michiel


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    Here are some Victorian houses in the town of Beeton. Between 100 year old trees & utility poles & lines it was a challenge to shoot them nicely.


    1.




    2.




    3.




    4.





    5. A beautiful house spoiled by conversion to apartments.


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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Anyone else interested?
    You got me interested, John

    I shoot calendars for my family every year, that's 13 pics that sequentially decorate their walls, but you never get to see more than one at a time.

    Today, I shot this "Winter Morning" triptych in my garden.

    G1 with Micro-Nikkor 55/2.8 @ f2.8 iso400
    Software involved : Silkypix, Corel PSP Photo X2, Framefun

    Bigger size pic here : http://rapidshare.com/files/32120429...er_morning.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    Today, I shot this "Winter Morning" triptych in my garden.
    Simply lovely. The three make a great set.
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    This is a great thread. Positioning is key to something like this so it might work better if people arrange their pics as intended and then save as one image as per some of the examples above?

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    new set ...

    showed these at a photo meeting last evening ...


    your thoughts always appreciated. :-)

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    I really like this set, Godfrey. Simplicity and sophistication.
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    Re: new set ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    showed these at a photo meeting last evening ...
    your thoughts always appreciated. :-)
    Great job, Godfrey !
    I hope your club members did give it the positive appreciation it deserves

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    This is a very nice set with several that I've liked as singles. The grouping (as I know you intended to begin with) works really well together--and has more impact than as single images (though I miss the one with the safety pin--one of my favorites along with the gingko leaf).

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Here's one set I shot yesterday morning, it was a very cold start of the day !

    G1 with Nikkor 35/2 @ f2.0
    Solftware : Silkypix and PSP Photo X2

    Larger version here : http://rapidshare.com/files/322180907/2.jpg

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    Godfrey,
    Perfect sequencing.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    This is a very nice set with several that I've liked as singles. The grouping (as I know you intended to begin with) works really well together--and has more impact than as single images (though I miss the one with the safety pin--one of my favorites along with the gingko leaf).
    Thanks to all, and for remembering Sharped Diane!!

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    Animals


    sometimes you just gotta have a little fun...
    Last edited by Godfrey; 8th January 2010 at 22:00.

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    Re: Groupings, Sets and Series

    I shot this tryptich in Moscow where the temperature was -25C, and the G1 performed without complaining !

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    Re: new set ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    showed these at a photo meeting last evening ...


    your thoughts always appreciated. :-)
    Gogfrey, great series. Not sure thought the top center is the best fit (not as minimalistic as the others).
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