My take on André Kertész

Discussion in 'Still life' started by gsgary, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. gsgary

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    Shot with a Leica M4-2 + Voigtlander 40F1.4 on Kodalith Ortho at iso12 developed in Rodinal

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    He would smile
     
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    Nice!
     
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    Great one.
     
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    Thankyou everyone for your comments
     
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    Yes!
     
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    That is nice, indeed. I see some hexagonal "banding" around the edges of the lighted area---is that a scan artifact, or is it really there in the original image?

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    Sorry to be the voice of decent here, but you are not really looking at Andre's picture. In his original, the shadow of the prongs of the fork over the dish provide the information as to the shape of the dish. That's why it works.
     
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    Gee, I didn't think the other remarks were indecent...:wink:
     
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    I didn't even look up the original. I simply liked this one.
     
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    It could be the scan i have bought Vuescan pro since scaning this shot and have noticed a big difference to light it i used one of my studio flashes with a snoot and just used the modelling light

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