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  1. Agamennon2000's Avatar
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    I know one of those essays were mine...
  2. keithwms's Avatar
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    Postscript....

    In an interview published in the October 2009 issue of Focus, Sarah Hasted makes several interesting points on this topic of print scale. She is the co-owner of the Hasted Hunt gallery which exhibits several extremely large colour prints.

    - forging a wall-size color photograph would be "impossible and horribly expensive." (Especially the dye transfer prints, it seems)

    - it's hard to pinpoint when the extremely large picture market started, but "not as long as 20 years. Maybe more like ten, Fifteen maximum."

    And my favourite quote from the article....

    -"The size of the picture needs to match the aesthetic of the work. If they're just making big pictures to make big pictures.... it's pretty wallpaper."
  3. EASmithV's Avatar
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    Action 4x5, HELL YEAH
  4. keithwms's Avatar
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    How so?
  5. Pepper P's Avatar
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    Your works remind me of portraits in Fairfield County
  6. keithwms's Avatar
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    Thanks John!

    Now, one of these days I am going to attempt to write more succinctly, in your haiku-esque style ;
  7. viridari's Avatar
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    CiM stalling? OK you've at least got a photo to publish now.

    I'm sort of a newbie. It's hard for me to write on any authoritative level to this audience. But I'm a prolific photographer.
  8. jnanian's Avatar
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    what a great story!
    thanks for posting this, and the images
    from your journey.

    - john
  9. Christopher Walrath's Avatar
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    I made the decision to step away for a while due to lack of freshness. And as a result I have been carrying my Zeiss 35mm RF with me. No pics, but I have it. I have rediscovered an old hobby, astronomy.
  10. Valerie's Avatar
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    We have all been there.... learning to accept that it is simply part of the process is key. I found fighting these fallow times to be counterproductive. Even the earth takes time off (winter) to rest and renew... and spring is so spectacular.


 

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