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Lounge @ Midnight

Posted by
BlindPoet (Whangarei, New Zealand) on 8 November 2012 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

Taken on a vintage Ensign Ful-Vue 1946-50 Paper Negative

The Blind Poet aka KiwiVagabond on Ipernity http://www.ipernity.com/home/kiwivagabond
this will give a wider perspective on my mainly analogue and sometimes digital love affair with all things photography. I am often months behind what I am really doing on Aminus3 and I must confess to falling off the daily wagon for some time in 2017. You may find some articles I have written on Ipernity (and they are old too)but you may find interesting. I am enjoying trying to get back into Animus3 this year after that getting off the daily image treadmill time, which one can end up with one posting meaningless images just because you are addicted and want to be in that image number bracket.

Gérard Beullac from Paris, France

Yes, a beautiful style in this image.

8 Nov 2012 8:36am

L'Angevine from Angers, France

des archives à trier

8 Nov 2012 8:52am

Adrian from Wakefield, United Kingdom

theres a warmth in the analogue world of paper, silver and wet process that just can not be replicated digitally, I confess to embracing the digital present but I am still in awe and moved by the traditional approaches to image making. lovely work, have a good day.

8 Nov 2012 9:45am

@Adrian: I so agree...........i love that it is so hands on...........I can get my head into digital processing and its hands on in a sense....they work well side by side, I feel like I am evolving the best of both....and like nthat the initial creation is so hands on.........the digital tweaking when used is power that would take me a lifetime to work out in analogue..............I dont have that at 55.............but I am amazed how the analogue enhances by power digitally and the other way around too.

SalSa from Tehran, Iran

Nice!

8 Nov 2012 8:06pm

@SalSa: Thankyou