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    Portraits of Family

    all shot with a sinar f 4x5 camera on portra 160nc with a 150mm lens.









    i've probably only shot 20 photos with this camera, but its really growing on me. what are your thoughts?
    i am at war with the obvious

    -Bill Eggleston

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    I really like these. Obviously I don't know any of these people but your portraits make me feel like I have a glimpse of who they are as people. These have a very intimate feel to them and I like how you've isolated your subjects, just enough.

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    They are great. I like more the second and third. The way you used movements to focus makes the picture different from those on "Normal" cameras. I like the way the left hand tree on the second photo appears unfocused. The last one is curious, seems like he's a giant.
    And what's that blue/purple thing/cast that appears on the edges? bellows reflecion, light leaks?

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    light leaks. either my film or backs leaked. i only have like 3 crappy backs i bought off ebay. i can be a cheapskate . but thanks for the comments guys.
    i am at war with the obvious

    -Bill Eggleston

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    The second one really knocks me out! I think you've really nailed the composition, motif and depth of the image. And the last one also really stand out in my book.

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    thanks! i want to c-print these bad boys and try to get them into a gallery of sorts.
    i am at war with the obvious

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    I really like your photos. Keep it up!

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    I really like the night shot into the car interior, very nice. The second one, as others have said, is terrific also.
    WYSIWYG - At least that's my goal.

    Portfolio-http://apug.org/forums/portfolios.php?u=25518

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    Great work... thanks for sharing them here.

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    Realy good shots !
    I like the second one !

    And now...... get some NEW film holders ! Using leaky old ones is such a waste of your effords !

    Peter

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