Posts by Jonathan Ganley

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  • Capture: Art On The Street,

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    More popular than Jesus ... John Lennon at the K Rd Rockshop.

    Maungawhau • Since Dec 2006 • 159 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Pinhole Workshop 2013 - Photo Post,

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    Testing … “yeah, just give it about fifteen seconds in bright sunshine. No, try ten seconds … ”
    Minnie St is now the most pinhole photographed street in the world.
    Absolut Pinhole.

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  • Hard News: Friday Music: Record Store Day,

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    Matt Hyde and James Woods of Beastwars at Real Groovy yesterday ...

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  • Capture: The Capture Pinhole Photography…, in reply to Ian Dalziel,

    is there a direct to CCD array version?

    y’know, sorta pin cushy…

    Jos has done really well with a home made device for his DSLR, see his replies in last year's thread.

    Steam Pinhole aficionados

    That's us.

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  • Capture: The Capture Pinhole Photography…, in reply to JoJo,

    The Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day website now lists two workshops happening in New Zealand on April 28th - our Capture event in Auckland, and the Photospace Gallery WPHD workshop in Wellington. More details for Wellingtonians about the Photospace workshop here.

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  • Capture: Got the blues,

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    Te Henga blue. Ominous thundery clouds are to the right, well out of shot.

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  • Capture: Art On The Street,

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    Signs as Art On The Street? I have always liked this one on the corner of Milford Rd and Craig Rd ... it's been a while since any mini golf was played there ...

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  • Capture: Someone, Somewhere, In Summertime, in reply to Nora Leggs,

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    No reason to move once I’d found a comfy chair in the sun.

    No reason? Not even for Street Chant?

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  • Capture: Eyes In A City - Gary Baigent's…, in reply to Alec Morgan,

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    There remains a rueful grubby sameness for early morning Aucklanders.

    True. Take the train along the Western or Southern lines to see it. But some parts of twenty-first century Auckland – College Hill for example – may never look this grubby again. Photo from 1985.

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  • Capture: Eyes In A City - Gary Baigent's…,

    Sad to note the passing of John Fields, another photographer of Auckland people and places in the 1960s and 1970s. Fields documented Auckland architecture in his 1971 book 'Victorian Auckland'. This book is worth seeking out, as so many buildings of that era are now gone. There are tributes by Harvey Benge here, and by Ron Brownson here.

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