Ya wanna see an interview of me?

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  1. Eric Rose

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    Congrats Eric,

    Nice images, good presence on the tube.

    How did you get the media attention?
     
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    Very cool! That's one "old style" camera! Do they even make those? Can you still get film for it :smile:
     
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    Very Cool. Nice shots I wish they would have sown more of the colour ones.
     
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    Hey, is that a Hasselblad?

    But seriously, very nice images. And great publicity even if their camera angle er, ah, wasn't "the best".
     
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    Ha Ha MrCallow! I figured someone would take me to task. Of course your color shots transcend all normal evaluative norms for the medium and thru their obviously genius birthing process are truly forceful compositions and true art in it's purest form.

    There did I suck up enough? LOL
     
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    Congratulations, I thought the camera angle and lighting was OK. From what I could see your photos and printing are very nice. But I might lose the shirt.
     
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    Hey I toned it down from what I wanted to wear!! The late Hunter S. Thompson was my fashion consultant LOL.
     
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    YOu did not suck, I thought it was great! but that shirt men....did you really feel like you were in Hawaii?... :smile:

    ps...gotta give you a hard time otherwise you will get a big head.. :tongue:
     
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    That was neat. I am not sure how you sucked. At least, now that there is no hockey, canada is showing some worth while TV :smile:
     
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    Wow that would be more than enough than you very much!

    Did you get that from the The Instant Art Critique Phrase Generator -- the shirt that is?
     
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    Uh.. So where are the nudes?
     
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    In my private collection. One of these days I will have to do some B&W ones to round out the portfolio.
     
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    Eric Rose, 2:16

    That was a very nice 2 minutes and 16 seconds. I enjoyed meeting you this way. I liked your thoughts and your work, but you might be to tall. :smile:
     
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    I clickerd on your link and it dowloaded something with a suffix of "bm"...
    Can't open it.

    Was is it-a video mpeg?
     
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    The suffix was RM and refers to Real Media. The video requires the Real Player -- located here .
     
  18. Eric Rose

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    Ya it looks like they are shooting right up my nose LOL. I'm only 5'11", but should be 6'6" based on my weight.
     
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    But it is great to see you after we have been Skyping a couple of time now.

    Morten
     
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    I LOVED the shirt! Nice video, Eric! Of course I love the photos...I remember the first time I saw those large round whatever-they-ares! :wink: Very nice!
    Hey....where was the plug for APUG??? haha :D
     
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    Well done, Eric. Good looking pics and a great idea for a project. Looks like a good space to hang a show too (hope you get a free meal out of it!).

    Good luck with the show.

    PS The Salvation Army Thrift Store would kill for that shirt!
     
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    Excellent Eric and congratulations! Love the gas works, love the plug for Large Format, and LOVE THAT SHIRT.
     
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    Very cool! and yes, I really like the shirt...

    When I was working on an ENG crew, we called that camera angle "the nose hair shot" :smile: Was the cameraman 4'10"?

    Seriously, the pictures are great and I'm very glad to see large format work getting publicity.

    Congratulations and well done!
     
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    Eric. What a great piece. Congratulations!!!!
     
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    Good job Eric!

    So how has reaction to your show been thus far?

    joe :smile:
     
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    I liked the shirt, but thought it was too subdued. In my closet hangs one similar, but it's bright blue!