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Thread: Faces and Places of Appalachia

  1. #41

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    I'll leave you today with a few images of fine hard working Appalachian folks.

    I snuck in a few large format images here. The inside of the store was shot on 8x10 and a 6-1/2 wide angle Dagor. Most likely on TX but the point is, it's really hard to shoot 8x10 or LF for that matter in these conditions.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Arthur Bullington 26.jpg   Bunch_MG_7493.jpg   greenway r int A.jpg   Morristown 1.jpg  

  2. #42

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    A few more fine folks to wash the ugliness away.
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  3. #43

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    Just a couple more fine folks.
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  4. #44

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    A couple more.
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  5. #45

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    Doing these photo's over fifty years many of the people would give you the shirt off their back if they like you and the best way to be liked is treat them with respect.

    I'll end with these today and hope I'm not offending or boring anyone.

    The final shot is a common sight in Appalachia. Evidence of peoples faith is all around us.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Port Steve Turner 115.jpg   Port Farm Jay 96.jpg   Port B Reece105.jpg   Your Choice 111.jpg  

  6. #46
    Drew Wiley
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    Sep 2008
    SF Bay area, CA

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    The squinty-eyed lady holding a picture is a classic, and deserves to be hung beside something Dorothea Lange might have taken.

  7. #47
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    Mar 2011

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    These are amazing images. It would be a great book with an exhibition

  8. #48
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  9. #49
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    Oct 2010
    South Dakota

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    You have inspired me!

    Kent in SD
    Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris,
    miserere nobis.

  10. #50

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    Mar 2002
    now in Tucson, AZ

    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    Both Dorothea Lange and Paul Strand would have been proud to make these portraits.
    Have you ever exhibited this work, or had it published anywhere?
    These pictures, the portraits and the others, deserve a wider audience than on this site.

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