Posts by Jonathan Ganley

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  • Capture: Two Tone, in reply to wendyandmart@gmail.com,

    waited with my camera pre-focused and click.

    Well worth the wait! The kids watching is a nice detail.

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 175 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Two Tone, in reply to Morgan Nichol,

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    Yep, some Barcelona

    In the Barri Gòtic.

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 175 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Two Tone, in reply to David Hood,

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    A couple from around the University of Otago

    Nice images, David, and the railway station too ...
    Otago - how a University should look!
    Meanwhile - AUT are sticking with modernism, for another generation.

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 175 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Two Tone, in reply to Ross Mason,

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    So the combination of film and filter does the weird things. If I remember correctly the classic is a red filter to darken the skies.??

    Check out the photographic suppliers now for various coloured filters, all heavily discounted! This one was yellow, which is meant to increase contrast between clouds and blue sky, except there was not much blue sky to be seen.

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 175 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Two Tone, in reply to Nora Leggs,

    Leica are making a purely monochrome digital camera where the sensor and processing is geared to capturing black and white images with a range of tones more like a really lovely black and white film.

    Leica M Monochrom! Mmmmmmm. With one of these?

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 175 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Art On The Street,

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    The word on the street: Khartoum Place.

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    Loafers, stand tall. Sculptures on Symonds St: Loafers by Francis Upritchard.

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 175 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Spring Breaks,

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    Go west. Go, Westies.

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 175 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Auckland Festival of Photography,

    Anyone interested in the end of the analog photographic age (it’s been happening for a few years already) should check out this excellent book by Robert Burley The Disappearance of Darkness and some of the fine images on his blog. Burley has been photographing the formerly bustling Kodak, Agfa, Polaroid and Ilford plants and factories (now decaying, derelict or demolished) for almost ten years now. There’s more about his documentary project in this short film on Vimeo.

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 175 posts Report Reply

  • Hard News: Friday Music: Bright pastel…,

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    Sandmere Road, Brixton

    Flashback!

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