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    Has the music anything to be with your photos?

    Today it's a grey day in my city. It's no usually but I like it. I don't see blue sky. It's a cool day. We have 5 or 6 grades. It's perfect looking behind the windows as the rain was falling .......... but this is not at all. I was hearing music that makes me feel a lot. Prokofiev as example with his classic simphony or others more and my mind fly with a lot of ideas for work with phototography. Do you have the same feeling? It's the clasical music for you a way to inspare to take photos?
    The follies which a man regrets the most in his life are those which he didn't commit when he had the opportunity. (Helen Rowland)

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    mc hammer baby...

    crank the bass.

    "whoomp there it is" works best for me

    -Dan

    but then again, I'm 22 today, so I guess I'm one of the 'younger' darkroom people here . mozarts cool though, I dig it

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    When I pick up a camera, Madonna's "Leica Virgin" comes into my head.
    If there isn't enough "light" music, I often hear Harry James' frenetic trumpet playing of "Flash".
    When I project the image on to the baseboard I usually think of the group "Blurr".
    Then when I dunk a 10 by 8 in the fixer, of course it has to be anything by "Prince".

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    Music has absolutely nothing to do with my photography.
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    Building darkroom, 3 x 6 meters. Have old 5 in 1 system. will run cables for speakers. JJJ during the day, ABC classic FM during the night. Compose and create, mood and music I feel, go hand in hand. Same deal for picy's.
    Pat
    What grain............................................. ...............
    Oh sorry, I forgot you don't shoot Large Format
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    In the morning before sunrise I like Sigur Ros.
    Also, I second Miles.

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    I would agree, Sigur ros. And maybe Dave Brubeck Quartet.
    What grain............................................. ...............
    Oh sorry, I forgot you don't shoot Large Format
    Large format Pat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    Music has absolutely nothing to do with my photography.
    And I'm not an "Artist".
    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    Music has absolutely nothing to do with my photography.
    ...or mine either.
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc W View Post

    I am 60 now and have played music since I was about 6, playing professionally, on and off, from age 14, and like MetaGeorge, music is very visual for me. I see scales, keys, timbre, rhythm, timbre, everything.

    But for me a photograph is a glimpse into silence, even photographs of scenes that are noisy. I have never associated music with anything visual, not painting, sculpture, photography, nothing.

    And I never listen to music in the darkroom. It is either silence or talk radio. After a long session, I often play some music (not a recording, I mean an instrument) to relax.

    Now I am not saying this is better and I don't really understand why a musician would be like this, but there it is. I leave it up to someone smarter than I to figure it out.
    It's interesting to see a couple of involved musos visualising music.

    I'm very fond of music, although not a player. I would not listen to music in the darkroom, but certainly in performance and via the CD player, where concentration is required.

    Synaesthesia may not be rare in non-visual arts; Scriabin in music and Nabokov in literature were afflicted (?) in a similar manner.

    I understand that Ansell Adams was a pianist, perhaps he will offer his thoughts from beyond the grave.

    "After a long session, I often play some music"

    In my case today, alas via CD, Rautavaara's 7th and 8th Symphonies, highly recommended.

    Regards - Ross

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    I switch between Bonobo and early 90's hip hop Pharcyde always makes me wish I was shooting.

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