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    This (in the greenhouse, the 1st one) is one of a few that were the very first I ever shot with my Hasselblad. My kind neighbor never chases me off (like my kids do) when I appear with my camera. This hasn't gotten any attention, while I like it.

    Oh yes, and there's another of him (shelling peas) that I really like, but I think others look at it as a dud. The one with the strong shadows - I like it. A photographer said to me, "imagine it without the shadows". I think it's partly the shadows that make me like it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    here's one of mine. a fuji 645 shot on HP5 cropped. I really like it, but no one else does
    I do. I love it! It is simple, yet says a lot.

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    Dude, "photos that no one else likes" is the major theme of my work


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    I like this picture of Maracas Beach, Trinidad, but nobody else does. I used a Voigtlander Bessa R with 35mm Ultron lens, and a red filter. Film was TMX shot at 200.
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    Palantiri, what's not to like about that?

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    I get a lot of, "They still make black and white film?" comments. Or, "You went to the beach to take black and white pictures??!"

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    i get;

    why photograph chairs?

    why black and white? it'd be better in colour!

    where are the people?
    Last edited by Ray Heath; 12-04-2007 at 02:50 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    I had the same thought as JGCull--what's not to like about that?

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    helluva shot, David!

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    jgcull:
    I like your first one very much, allthough I think a little different print is needed to make it pop. The second one, I dont like like so much initially... but its weird cause when i see the thumbnail i see the patterns in the shadows and it really catches my eye.. But then when I see the full size i focus more on the man and the can.

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