Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2000/06/04

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Project Jerusalem, or the f/1.4 school of landscape
Date: Sun, 04 Jun 2000 17:36:10 -0400
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Johnny Deadman wrote:

> Some of you might have heard me chuntering on about Project Jerusalem, or my
> experiments with colour reversal emulsions, or my f/1.4 landscape
> meanderings. Well, here are the first fruits. As usual, it's work in
> progress. For those of you who tuned in (or out) of the whole Eggleston row
> on the LUG, this work is very strongly influenced by him, so if you like
> your 'scapes conventional, beware!!
> Would love to hear if these images mean anything to anyone.


These are beautiful.  Very original, and touching; your love for the subject
definitely comes through.  I believe that one of the signs of a great
photograph is its ability to transmit what the photographer felt when taking
the photograph.

I wish I could do as well.

Jay Coleman

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