Gosh, maybe they were ��. I really like this. I can read this photo in many different ways, hence its fascination
Greetings KirkYes, they were becaused we cared. We in it for the photography not the money. I miss those days, 40 years later I think my work was better back then because I didn't compromise, I didn't care about money I cared about the image, the meaning, the image to tell the story. 40 years on now I'm trying to go back, what a bitch. I have the resouces now, but ?, I truly miss those days, they were shining times.My BestRogerElite Photography
Never put a picture of your beloved and any form of the word antique in the same post;~}
In my opinion, one had to try harder with film. Translated: You didn't get as many chances so you put more thought into composition. Which is why I love shooting film. I have a ball with my mint 124G.
Kirk,My take: Whatever "it" is, you had it then, and you still do.Maybe nostalgia has set in?
Naw. Just listless boredom with my current work...
That's a beautiful photo, and not the least because of the technical quality itself. I remember well the thin negatives I'd get with Panatomic X (compared with Tri-X, I mean...different beasts of course).
Great photo.Do you still tap up friends for portrait sessions? (been a while since you posted informal portraits) Mark
Kirk, I've hesitated to ask this for a long time, but which books can I read to teach me how to use a Yashica (or Pentax 6x7) with a flash as described? Would any of yours help? I need nuts and bolts help (i.e. which cables to use, suggestions on lights to buy) as well as stuff regarding exposure. Any assistance rendered would be great.
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