Static photography viewing (5 replies and 6 comments)
Well, dear Mr. Roger!
I recently took down a few pictures of your past in a video of your interview.
Especially the picture of the dog in the air, it's amazing.
It's so rare to capture these moments.
Unfortunately, I saw very few of these.
I recently started taking film photos. I want to learn more. I wish I could see more photos and learn how you took them!
Forgot the picture.
The third one is Paignton Green. I like the shot of the lady getting an “eye full”.
That was a little 'creative' of you! I don't have many but I hope to make some of these images more available sometime.
Haha, it must be interesting for you to look at these pictures now, reminiscent of the amazing things you saw when you were young.
I think that's the charm of photography.
I wish I could capture magical images, too.
Mr. Roger, what kind of film did you use when you shot this, Kodak?
What kind of lens do you use?
Why don’t you take a few shots and send them in. Promise not to criticise just to admire.
Thank you for your support, Mike!
My photography level is still very ordinary, and I have not yet made a very satisfactory work.
But I'm glad you're interested in the image I took.
The images I recently took on film have not yet been developed, but I use the photos taken by Iphone.
I still hope to hear a lot of criticism and suggestions for me to learn!
Thank you very much!
The shot of the deckchairs, bottom left, was taken in Bournemouth in 1970. The shot of the lightning hitting the bar was taken on a day off from shooting 'Sicario", so that was in New Mexico on a digital M9 Leica and not so many years ago. I try, emphasis on try, to take photographs whenever I have some time off.
Very enlightening, Mr. Roger.
I've been out shooting still images lately.
Just like you.
I found that shooting can give me a lot of fun, whether it's shooting people with stories or just recording buildings and scenes.
lovely photos. I do like the lady with the cabbages, she has a story to tell. I also like the jacuzzi with its rain cover. Not much privacy.
These are good photos, they have a lot of interest. Peoples faces always tell story so keep shooting your camera.
Thankyou for sharing them.
Thank you for everything, I will study and shoot!