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    Re: Large Format Interiors

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    Maris, I can't say which I like better the image or your description, both are beautiful.
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    Re: Large Format Interiors

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    9th Ward Church after Katrina, Technika 4x5, Tmax 100, Xtol

    It reminds me ever so slightly of Robert Polidori's work (5x7) in After The Flood, which I was given by someone special, and I had a chance to view the images in person in the New Orleans Museum of Art. I spent a few weeks wandering around there, often at night, trying to create my own special images (digital and 35mm color). But it was viewing Polidori's work that perhaps ultimately convinced me that I had to return to large format.

    I believe I drove by that church several times, and once attempted to photograph it from the exterior. I did not attempt to enter, there was caution tape and warning signs that the building was dangerous. Shortly thereafter, I was stopped by military police who advised me that if I valued my life, I should leave the Lower 9th and not return except with a group, in daylight.

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    This was likely taken a little later, since the Church had been gutted. The guard may have cut me more slack since I had local plates and an LSU jd.

    I have been ambivalent about Poldori's NO work. He does terrific work. Probably my aversion to disasters in color.

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Perhaps I'm a little partial to Polidori's work, as he's a fellow Montrealer.

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Alter Mission Santa Clara, California.



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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    I've been away from here for a while playing with some digital stuff. But it's refreshing to look in here again.
    This is an excellent topic for a thread. I've done lots of interiors but this one is in a room where there was little space to manoeuvre. So the mirror was fortuitously placed.


    Just discovered I needed to untick the box on the 'insert image' thingy otherwise I get a thumbnail size image in the post.
    I don't think I've posted here since the forum was updated.

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Very nice Steve!

    r

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Gledhill View Post
    I've been away from here for a while playing with some digital stuff. But it's refreshing to look in here again.
    This is an excellent topic for a thread. I've done lots of interiors but this one is in a room where there was little space to manoeuvre. So the mirror was fortuitously placed.


    Just discovered I needed to untick the box on the 'insert image' thingy otherwise I get a thumbnail size image in the post.
    I don't think I've posted here since the forum was updated.

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Richards View Post
    9th Ward Church after Katrina, Technika 4x5, Tmax 100, Xtol

    Excellent!! What focal length did you use? thanks
    "WOW! Now thats a big camera. By the way, how many megapixels is that thing?"

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Quote Originally Posted by rpalm View Post
    Very nice Steve!

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    ditto
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