Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2009/09/06

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Subject: [Leica] IMGS: Famous Taos Church
From: rbaron at (Robert D. Baron)
Date: Sun, 6 Sep 2009 19:13:27 -0500
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Geoff, the light was mid-to-late afternoon pre-thunderstorm.  To
paraphrase an old saying, you gotta shoot with the light that brung

Or to put it another way, the possibilities over several full days
would be endless.

And all already done.

I'm thinking about converting these or some of them to b&w, but that's
been done too.  See: Adams, Ansel.

But at least it gives me something to strive for.


Thanks for commenting.


===On Sun, Sep 6, 2009 at 6:56 PM, Geoff Hopkinson<hopsternew at> 
> Bob, these have a very soft and pastel look to them. Always enjoyable to 
> see
> people's impressions and interpretations from interesting places.
> 2009/9/7 Robert D. Baron <rbaron at>
>> So many great painters and photographers have produced timeless images
>> of the St. Francis of Assisi Church in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, it
>> seemed almost silly for me to try, but being a tourist with an M8 on
>> each shoulder I was undeterred.
>> --Bob
> Cheers
> Geoff

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