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    Stuart Klipper

    Got this link from a friend. I am not overly thrilled with his work, but he has a couple.

    http://www.stuartklipper.com/

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    Re: Stuart Klipper

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Got this link from a friend. I am not overly thrilled with his work, but he has a couple.

    http://www.stuartklipper.com/
    So you are not overly thrilled, then why point to his work?

    Klipper lives a modest lifestyle and makes do with only his photography - he is not a professor nor does he have any supplemental income. We should be so successful.

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    Re: Stuart Klipper

    Everything is more artistic in a panoramic format...
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    I think he’s done a good compositional job with the format. Some of those ho-hum’s might be knock outs in B&W.
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    Re: Stuart Klipper

    Quote Originally Posted by scheinfluger_77 View Post
    I think he’s done a good compositional job with the format. Some of those ho-hum’s might be knock outs in B&W.
    Agreed. I know I'm too hopeful, but I hope for more than "a good compositional job with the format." But because I'm a contrarian and have to disagree on something, I find a yawner in color is still a yawner in black and white.
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    Re: Stuart Klipper

    Quote Originally Posted by Jac@stafford.net View Post
    So you are not overly thrilled, then why point to his work?

    Klipper lives a modest lifestyle and makes do with only his photography - he is not a professor nor does he have any supplemental income. We should be so successful.
    Because we can always learn something from somebodies work. Just because I am not overly thrilled doesn't mean I don't appreciate what he has done.

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    Re: Stuart Klipper

    I find the more stuff he puts in the frame..the less I like it

    really like the wheat field/sky..or sea/sky ones

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    Re: Stuart Klipper

    Quote Originally Posted by DrTang View Post
    I find the more stuff he puts in the frame..the less I like it

    really like the wheat field/sky..or sea/sky ones
    Stuart had an exhibition in color at our local art museum of mainly seas and skies taken during his many arctic/polar excursions. The prints were large, having an impressive presence. Many showed dark, cold, impenetrable atmosphere which were true to his experience. It was an informing and moving presentation.

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    Re: Stuart Klipper

    I'd really like to look carefully at his work, but I find the web page a challenge...

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    Re: Stuart Klipper

    Excellent work with a challenging format; I fell like he uses its relationship to the cinematic image intentionally, and does so well (e.g. with Cinemascope/Cinerama). I feel drawn into many of his compositions more than I do with other panoramas. the side scrolling on his website is a bit... sadistic... though. I want to view his work, but he makes me suffer for it!
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