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Subject: Re: [Leica] Nathan Wajsman's PAW
From: Nathan Wajsman <>
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 18:00:34 +0100
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Thanks, John! The week 1 pics were shot on Kodak Supra 800, a very nice fast colour negative film.

As for the landscape shots, the figures were critical to the picture. I did shoot one without anyone in the frame, and that one is just a pretty picture but nothing more.


John Amiet wrote:

> Hi Nathan,
> Starting to catch up on my PAW viewing.
> Your week1 has a nice light to it. Daylight mixed with some tungsten I would say. Maybe on Portra stock? any way, the added warmth works, especially for the subject. I
> would like to see more of the girl's hands and what they are doing. Just one of my foibles. I like people to be doing something.
> Week 2 . A wonderfully interesting treatment of what can be a boring subject (subject to treatment!!). WhaT I really mean is, it easy to 'muck' this type of pic, but you
> have pulled it off! Every area of the pic is interesting and contributes to the whole. Interest is maintained on the figures, but it remains a l;andscape. Well done.
> JohnA

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