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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Gittings View Post
    elegant
    Thank you, Kirk.

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Quote Originally Posted by jcoldslabs View Post
    cpercy--good idea for a thread. Fills in a missing category, if you ask me.

    Maris--great story (yet sad) and great photo.

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    Nice image Jonathan, how did you manage to exclude yourself from all those mirrors?
    Is this a friends or relatives house?

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    I chose the angle as best I could to keep myself and the camera out of the image, and used some front shift to help with that, but if you look you can see my dark cloth on the bench. I was disappointed when I saw that since I was so careful to keep everything else out of view. Drats!

    This is the "powder room" of a historic (1920s) movie theater here in Portland. I posted some other images from the theater a while ago in another thread, but never posted this one because I wasn't sure what thread to post it to. Thanks again for starting the thread.

    Jonathan

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    "Study in Black"
    Elevator lobby in a parking garage.


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    Re: Large Format Interiors

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


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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Prairie Joe's Restaurant FP4+ 4 minute exposure
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails P'Joe's162.jpg  

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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
    Nice shot, those ceiling fans pretty much say it all.

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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

    Really powerful Ed.
    Thanks,
    Kirk

    at age 68
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    But I have promises to keep,
    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep"

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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Wasserman View Post
    Prairie Joe's Restaurant FP4+ 4 minute exposure
    I like this one. It reminds me a bit of Phil Davis's Dexter portfolio:

    http://www.btzs.org/Gallery/PhilDavis-DexterPortfolio/

    More generally, this is a nice idea for a picture thread - thanks cpercy, looking forward to seeing what else turns up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpercy View Post
    Nice shot, those ceiling fans pretty much say it all.
    Heh. I just replaced the blades on the fan on my screened porch with solid plastic alternatives. The composite originals sagged every bit this badly. But they were outdoors--for 15 years.

    Rick "whose wife finally put her foot down" Denney

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