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Old 10-08-2010   #81
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Here is a photographer I recently found. His style is maybe a little disaffected, but I really like the overall effect. Its certainly a departure from the images shown here so far. Take a look, if you'd like.

http://www.matthewgenitempo.com/
W - that is some great work, thanks for sharing the link. I wasn't seeing a disaffected style at first, more of a retro / 70's feel in both content and the look. But as I viewed more, and with images such as "Beef's Ass - high society diptych", the disaffection really came through.

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There are really strong colors by Pete Turner !
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David Douglas Duncan

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It's a few years old now, but Philip Toledano's 'Days With My Father' is still an incredibly powerful piece of work.

http://www.dayswithmyfather.com/
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http://www.sevensevennine.com/?p=1220

I really liked the two mentioned in this post, and the parent site seems to have a lot of good material as well
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A find Philip Toledano's 'Days With My Father' a real moving story rich of a sense of humanity and made by extraordinary pictures. I did not know this work, thank shyoon for the link.
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"Days With My Father" was really moving. The images really capture the fragility of his father's life. The text was wonderful too. Thanks a lot, Shyoon.
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Phillip Toledano, the creator of "Days with my Father," has a great website and an awesome portfolio. Definitely worth a look.

http://www.mrtoledano.com/
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Here is a nice series of portraits from this week's New Yorker.

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Matt Stuart of course.
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Photoshop? No, thanks...it was 1963...
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Photoshop? No, thanks...it was 1963...

A friend of mine pointed me at http://sokolsky.com/ work, which I find amazing because of the capacity to merge phantasy and technical ability. One sentence from him I appreciate is :"The camera is like a musical instrument; it takes many years of practice to become a virtuoso and it is the same with a camera. If I donít shoot for a week I get rusty." I hope you enjoy his work, speciallty the bubble serie.
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Hadn't read intro post well enough ("content should reflect published/unpublished photos or photojournalistic collections (stories) we want to share") - so removed Kenro Izu reference in previous post.

I don't think Cyrille Rabiller has been mentioned ("le vrai rdu" here on RFf):
http://cyrillerabiller.net/
His North Sea Series is excellent (there's a thread HERE at RFf as well).

Also, I just saw the work of Pawel Glogowksi in a thread titled not only about street shooting.
His site is: http://www.glogowski.art.pl/
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Yousuf Karsh

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yousuf_Karsh

http://cybermuse.gallery.ca/cybermus...iartistid=2833
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Bruno Barbey



http://www.magnumphotos.com/Archive/...Bruno%20Barbey

http://www.brunobarbey.com/photo01.htm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7-W3...eature=related

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Alfred Eisenstaedt



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Jamey Stillings

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Robert Adams

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_...hotographer%29

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the photos of the bridge from jamey stillings are very impressive!
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Jay Maisel

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Esha Chiocchio

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Old 10-20-2010   #105
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Thanks PKR, I just gave a quick look at Esha works, which is amazing. I'll go back there later (I have to go downtown Milano to have some pictures printed to day). It s interesting to see work of photographers couples. Here is another interesting couple:
http://www.uelsmann.net
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Uelsmann

and his wife

http://www.maggietaylor.com/

What is interesting is that they have two separates studios in their house and where Maggie works digital Jerry works completely analog. One of my photography teacher organized their exhibitions in Italy and told me that Jerry has a darkroom with 6 enlargers ! wow !

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Koudelka interviews (January And March) from 1987

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Thanks for the Uelsmann link. I remember seeing some of his work a few years ago ( I believe I was 10) and couldn't believe that it could be done without photoshop. It was utterly mind-blowing.
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one of the fellas that brought me to photography.

donald weber

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smashing fella to boot!
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he is a super achiever sort of fellow.

he really got my head screwed on straight about how to move forward career wise as well.
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it was Allard that really brought a camera into my hands. in case that wasn't clear.
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I'm not at all bored! I've been working on a humanities paper, and thus my photography appreciation time has been cut short.

I'll take an indepth look at the last few days of posts tonight and see if I can't add some more to the list. Sorry about my inactivity!
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The HP/Elliot Erwitt piece is neat. Printing negatives and then contact printing them never occurred to me. Can it be done without a massive HP printer?
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The HP/Elliot Erwitt piece is neat. Printing negatives and then contact printing them never occurred to me. Can it be done without a massive HP printer?
I'm just starting down this road. Getting only a 4x5 instead of 5x7 or 8x10 view camera took some of the excitement out of plans to contact print. Then I thought I'd create an 8x10 digital negative (from either scanned 135, 4x5 or a digital 135 file), and go from there..

Here's a good article (3 parts) on scanning and converting film to digital:
http://theonlinephotographer.typepad...y-guide-i.html

There is a recent thread on largeformatphotography.info regarding printing from digital negatives. It lists 3rd parties that will scan and provide a digital negative, and some alternative processes that work well with digital negatives.
Thread is here:
http://www.largeformatphotography.in...ad.php?t=67826

Mark Nelson (PDN) has a process / website

Dan Burkholters has a site and template available for printing onto Pictorico.

I'll be picking up some Pictorico as part of next B&H order:
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ency_Film.html
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