MFPOTW – In the mist

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Hasselblad 503CW f22 1s +0.6ND 50mm

MFPOTW – In the mist

Early morning shot from Peak District. Unfortunately, there was no light . Instead, I had lots of mist to play with.

Shot on Kodak Ektar100 and with focus softened by mist I’m quite pleased with this one.

Do you like to shoot in the mist?

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Quote Of The Week – Edward S. Curtis

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Edward S. Curtis – Self-portrait Published in 1910, possibly earlier.

To the oft-asked question, “What camera or lens do you use?” I can only reply “I couldn’t tell to save my soul—it is enough for me to know that I have something that will make pictures and that it is in working order.”

Edward S. Curtis

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MFPOTW – Bathing in the morning light (Peak District edition)

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Hasselblad 503CW f16 1/4s 80mm

MFPOTW – Bathing in the morning light (Peak District edition).

Early winter morning at Ramshaw Rocks in beautiful Peak District UK. 

The exact moment when whole Ramshaw rocks were bathing in winter sunrise light. I love those moments. The composition is not the greatest but I like the sense of light on this picture. As usual Kodak Ektar 100 did not disappoint.

Have you been at Ramshaw Rocks or The Roaches? What did you like the best?

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Quote Of The Week – W. Eugene Smith

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W. Eugene Smith

Quote Of The Week – W. Eugene Smith

Photography is a small voice, at best, but sometimes one photograph, or a group of them, can lure our sense of awareness.

W. Eugene Smith

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MFPOTW – Millstones below Stanage Edge

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Hasselblad 503CW f16 1/2s +0.9ND 50mm

MFPOTW – Millstones below Stanage Edge.

Early morning at Stanage edge in Peak District. There was not much light this morning but I liked the colours of the foreground.

Trusted Kodak Ektar 100 did a great job here.

Have you been to Stanage Edge? What’s your favourite spot there?

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Quote Of The Week – Jacques-Henri Lartigue #2

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Jacques-Henri Lartigue

Quote Of The Week – Jacques-Henri Lartigue #2

I have never taken a picture for any other reason than that at that moment it made me happy to do so.

Jacques-Henri Lartigue

 Master Photographers – The World’s Great Photographers on their Art and Technique, Page: 147

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MFPOTW – Burbage North Rocks #2

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Hasselblad 503CW f5.6 1/60s +0.9ND LEE 50mm Fuji Neopan Acros 100

MFPOTW – Burbage North Rocks #2

Burbage North Rocks, Peak District UK 🇬🇧
Beautiful morning at Burbage North. View towards Carl Wark.
I love Fuji Neopan Acros 100!🤘

Have you tried new Acros 100 II ? I haven’t had a chance yet!

Please let me know your thoughts on this film below!

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Quote Of The Week – Galen Rowell #3

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National Geographic Picture of Galen Rowell standing on the Chang Tang Plateau of Tibet
Picture of Galen Rowell standing on the Chang Tang Plateau of Tibet

Quote Of The Week – Galen Rowell #3

I began to realise that the camera sees the world differently than the human eye and that sometimes those differences can make a photograph more powerful than what you actually observed.

Galen Rowell

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MEDIUM FORMAT PICTURE OF THE WEEK – Eglwys Cwyfan

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Hasselblad 503CW f/4 1/125s no filter 80mm, hand-held

Eglwys Cwyfan

St Cwyfan’s Church is a Grade II-listed medieval church in Llangadwaladr, Anglesey, Wales. Located on the small tidal island of Cribinau, it is popularly known as the “Church in the Sea” (or Eglwys bach y môr in Welsh). The church dates from the 12th century, with some renovations made in the 19th century.

Have you been to Anglesey? What’s your favourite place?

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Quote of the week – Rankin

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Self-portrait Photograph: Rankin
Self-portrait
Photograph: Rankin

 

There’s a time when people say your work is revolutionary, but you have to keep being revolutionary. I can’t keep shooting pop stars all my life. You have to keep changing, keep pushing yourself, looking for the new, the unusual.

Rankin

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