Beautiful Pictures

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by deryck lant, Nov 21, 2005.

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    deryck lant Guest

    In my youth I was a member of the Richmond and Twickenham Photographic Society
    where many of the Royal Photographic Society members and others produced
    a lot
    of their landscape pictures with the Leica loaded with Kodachrome. The weekly
    lectures projected much of this work and the quality was stunning. Of course
    many used Rollieflexes and large format for their 16x20 prints.

    Take a look at the photo galleries for some beautiful pictures. In the RPS
    Collections there are many early photographs by Fox Talbot and others.

    deryck lant, Nov 21, 2005
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    Paul Furman Guest

    Which gallery? Link?
    Paul Furman, Nov 21, 2005
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    deryck lant Guest

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    Look in the Picture Section for many of the pioneer photographers.

    deryck lant, Nov 21, 2005
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    Matt Clara Guest

    My sentiments exactly. I wandered around the second link before finding
    Portfolios, which are full of pictures, some good, some bad, and mostly of
    little interest to me...
    Deryck, show me some photos you like, I'd be happy to look at them.
    Meanwhile, you check out He's in LensWork this issue,
    and the prints are gorgeous--his web/my monitor doesn't do them justice,
    though worth a look all the same.
    Matt Clara, Nov 21, 2005
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    deryck lant Guest

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    Yes. Stunningly dramatic pictures. But my early influence was in pictorial
    photography at the RTPS so I suppose you would call me a pictorialist.
    That's what interests me now. Romantic landscapes. Everyone has a different


    deryck lant, Nov 21, 2005
  6. Are you related to Art Kramer ?
    Tony Parkinson, Nov 27, 2005
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    Tony Polson, Nov 27, 2005
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