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My general ramblings on photography and my elusive journey to a world where I'm happy with the photos I take... which does not nor ever will exist but it's a dream right?

  1. Week 5 - Pulitzer 1946 - The Winecoff Hotel Fire - Arnold Hardy

    by , 10-30-2008 at 04:07 PM (Click)
    For week 5 we take a break from the war, 4 x 5 cameras and from press photographers.


    Arnold Hardy - The Winecoff Hotel Fire

    Camera 2 x 3 Speed Graphic

    Film Kodak

    Lens 100mm

    Shutter & Aperture Flash @ f4.5

    The Wincoff Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia was advertised as fireproof despite not being fitted with sprinklers, fire ...

    Updated 10-31-2008 at 12:04 AM by two40

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  2. Week 4 - Pulitzer 1945 - Iwo Jima Flag - Joe Rosenthal

    by , 10-23-2008 at 04:00 PM (Click)
    This week we have an iconic image. It rates up there with the most reproduced images of all time.


    Joe Rosenthal - The Iwo Jima Flag

    Camera 4 x 5 Speed Graphic

    Film Agfa

    Lens 127mm

    Shutter & Aperture 1/400 @ f16

    Raising the flag on Iwo Jima was a historic moment post a historic battle. Iwo Jima was to be the first Japanese ...
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  3. Week 3 - Pulitzer 1944 - Homecoming - Earle Bunker

    by , 10-16-2008 at 05:02 PM (Click)
    For week 3 we have another war related photograph. It was the early 1940's after all. It's not your usual front lines shot but one that was much closer to home for the Americans.


    Earle Bunker - Homecoming

    Camera 4 x 5 Speed Graphic

    Film Kodak

    Lens 127mm

    Mid World War II the town of Villisca, Iowa housed eleven hundred people. It's located ...
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  4. Week 2 - Pulitzer 1943 - Water - Frank Noel

    by , 10-09-2008 at 03:56 PM (Click)
    For the second week we have an image that, on it’s own, doesn’t have the same impact as the inaugural winner did. In my opinion however, it is a much more powerful image backed up by a sad story of a brief moment.


    Pulitzer 1943 - Frank Noel - Water

    Camera 4 x 5 Speed Graphic

    Film Kodak

    Lens 127mm

    During January of 1942 Frank “Poppy” Noel ...

    Updated 10-09-2008 at 05:22 PM by two40

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  5. Week 1 - Pulitzer 1942 - Labour Strife in Detroit - Milton Brooks

    by , 10-02-2008 at 05:05 PM (Click)
    The following is a rip from my blog. I'll do these each Friday and post them here as well as my blog. I will include the links to references in this first one but it's a bit of an effort so from next week onwards it's just a straight copy/paste.
    Each Friday I will post a Pulitzer winning photograph. I am no art critic by any stretch of the imagination so do not expect an amazing critique. I do however know a bit about the photos and will attempt to give you some of the back story ...
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