Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/04/09

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Subject: [Leica] New photo essay - Geneva
From: philippe.orlent at (Philippe Orlent)
Date: Sun Apr 9 01:43:20 2006
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Well, your archive is certainly worth a visit.

Op 9-apr-06, om 10:19 heeft Kelly McErlean het volgende geschreven:

> Hi Philippe
> The P&S look was partly due to the hard contrasty light that day.  
> Also, the
> DigiLux gets serious lens flare when you shoot near the sun so it  
> limited
> the angles I could use.
> The results with the DigiLux are generally excellent except if you  
> try to
> push the latitude of over and under exposure. It gets pixellated quite
> quickly.
> These shots are in line with much of my recent work which is simply  
> looking
> at spaces, and particularly spaces without people. If you have time  
> have a
> look at 'Titanic' at
> These are some of Cobh in Ireland where the last people boarded the  
> Titanic.
> The space had been derelict for years, I happened to be passing by  
> on the
> day a painter was tidying up the main gate. He went off for lunch  
> and I went
> in to take these shots.
> When I was taking these shots (this is also true of the essay
> 'Sachsenhausen') I felt the space itself had retained a memory of  
> the events
> that had happened there.
> Regards
> Kelly
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