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  • Hastings Pier by SteveCharles

    Thanks, I'm inclined to agree Smile The panoramic was just a crop I liked from a wider shot.

    And thanks Prin for the UA
    • 14 Feb 2018 4:13PM
  • Rock Detail by Consulo

    Has nobody mentioned 'Jupiter' yet ?!

    I do like these, I reckon large prints of these images would make beautiful artworks.
    • 16 Mar 2011 2:45PM
  • 4 by danbaker1988

    It's nice to see someone uploading some work to EPZ with a more authentic, contemporary feel, even if it's the sort of thing that goes down like a lead balloon here. It looks like a bit of a departure for you looking at your portfolio, your previous work looks a bit more 'flashy', with the angles, lighting, processing etc., much more 'EPZ-ish', but this stuff is more genuine IMO. It's funny, you see a lot of this elsewhere but it looks unusual here, shows what sort of photographers EPZ tends to attract.

    I notice that here and with others in the series comparisons have been made with Martin Parr, I don't think that's really the right comparison. This is straight deadpan documentary portraiture more in the style of Alec Soth, Albrecht Tubke (first 2 names into my head) and a myriad other deadpan portrait photographers. It's not really a style I associate with Parr (that's directed more at the people who keep bringing him up than you).

    Keep it up, EPZ needs more of this.
    • 17 Feb 2011 11:45AM
  • Geology Study by Consulo

    Thanks Michael, looks great, and I bet the full size file is amazing.

    I like the way there are no clues as to the scale, it could be 50mm or 50 miles wide, like an aerial shot of a desert or another planet.

    I've been busy flogging a few things this week and should be getting a Mamiya 7 next week (I'm so excited, I can't tell you how long I've lusted after one!), so I'm planning on doing a lot more film work and will be in need of a decent scanning service myself. I'll definitely give this guy a go.
    • 11 Feb 2011 4:54PM
  • Rock and a hard place... by joolsb

    Makes me think of the film out at the moment - 127 Hours.
    • 8 Feb 2011 3:40PM
  • Harry by Geraint

    agree with Griffo, I'm also not normally a fan of the Lensbaby, find it too gimmicky but you have made it work very effectively in this. There's just enough to make it a bit different and 'not seen that before'. Nice one. (Does kind of look like his head's on fire, though..)
    • 28 Jan 2011 9:47AM
  • Fallen Leaves by Consulo

    Perhaps what it needs is a slightly higher, more downward-pointing viewpoint that retains the simplicity of composition and the full aspect ratio. I like the complementary blue and red tones in the image.

    (as an aside.. now that the images open up large by default, on a small screen you now have to make them small to do a crop comparison like this so you can see the full image properly, which seems a little backward!)
    • 24 Jan 2011 10:58AM
  • Posted on: Nikon Z6 Z7 Hands-On Preview

    Been waiting for this before deciding whether to go this route or D850. It looks great. My first thought was also 'only one card slot'. 600 for a 50mm 1.8 is a bit rich as well.
    • 23 Aug 2018 11:03AM
  • Posted on: Jamie Oliver talks photography

    Less 'interview', more 'advert', methinks...
    • 12 Oct 2010 1:57PM
  • Posted on: A fresh perspective

    Hallelujah Smile Smile
    • 29 Jan 2008 8:13PM
  • Posted on: Free Capture NX with D200

    How gutted am I? Sad

    I only bought my D200 last month!
    • 23 May 2007 9:26AM
  • Posted on: Leica M8

    Whoooosh....

    I'd have this any day of the week.

    In fact, I'm already figuring out how I could afford one...
    • 15 Sep 2006 12:09PM

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  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    I found a great quote today, which could have been written about Bert:

    "Good photography is about depth of feeling, not depth of field."

    This portfolio shows how to bring together emotion, observation and intellect along with a love of classic quality equipment and materials, to just make very good, original photography.
    • 22 May 2008 6:58PM
  • Posted on AnthonyH's profile

    Just been having a look through your portfolio. Very creative and distinctive. Are you a fan of Jerry Uelsman's work? I can see some influence in there. I also see that you seem to combine film photography and digital work superbly, I love to see people without blinkers on!

    Steve
    • 26 Aug 2006 9:57AM
  • Posted on Anastasia's profile

    Your portfolio brings back a lot of memories of my time in Australia 5 years ago. Some good stuff in there. I'd love to go back now that I've learnt a bit more about photography!

    Steve
    • 26 Oct 2006 8:51AM

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