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Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Paul, Apr 17, 2004.

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    Paul Guest

    Paul, Apr 17, 2004
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  2. I love the junk cars sight. Naturally to have it in anything other than
    black & white would not look so hot in my opinion.
    Larry R Harrison Jr, Apr 17, 2004
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    Chris B Guest

    To me, that's the problem with junk yards and B&W. Somehow, it seems like
    anyone could just go to a junkyard, snap a few shots on B&W, get em printed
    in sepia and.. OH WOW! They look great! I dunno, it seems a bit.. too easy.
    Maybe I just go to scrap yards too much looking for stuff for my car and see
    them in more of a matter-of-fact light than the sentimental/romantic B&W
    shots would make out. I have no problem with ripping half a rusting car
    apart just to get a little part that I'm after ;)
    What I'd like to see is some geniunley good colour photography from
    scrapyards. I guess maybe I should do it myself! I dunno, some
    sunrise/sunset shots and sorta bleached out colours would look cool with the
    right subject. Just using B&W and photographing some old 30's/40's cars
    doesn't do it for me.
    Anyway, there's some good shots on there and some techincally
    well-accomplished ones at that.

    Chris B, Apr 17, 2004
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    ian green Guest ;)

    progressive jpeg encoding makes some people nervous
    especially on too slow dial up connections 8`))

    junk yard isn't much artistic imho
    but i think
    are 3 best photographs from this series

    thank you


    ian green

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    ian green, Apr 19, 2004
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