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Subject: Re: [Leica] Landscape images for critique/comment
From: Michael Gerard <>
Date: Sat, 05 Oct 2002 20:41:22 -0500
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    Interesting stuff.  I like your composition in a number of these shots.
The tower, in particular, is well-composed, but the vineyard itself, in places
gets washed out with little detail in the highlights.
    The one with the road also demonstrates nice composition, and the picture
seems better exposed--though I must profess that I know nothing about working
with IR film.  Seems like a pretty good first effort.
Michael Gerard

Mark Pope wrote:

> Here are the latest images from a recent darkroom session.
> The first two
> and
> were taken in July whilst on holiday in France.  The site is an abandoned
> tower with a small vineyard attached.  Since the sun was shining, it was an
> excellent opportunity to experiment with some Konica IR750 film.
> was taken a couple
> of weeks ago.  I was on my way to White Horse Hill to take some pictures and
> I decided to take a slight detour.  The sun was shining, so again I figured
> it would be good to experiment with some infra-red film.  This time, I used
> Maco IR820c.
> When I finally  arrived at White Horse Hill, I took
> Comments or criticism on or off list would be appreciated.
> regards
> Mark Pope
> Swindon Wilts, UK
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