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Back from Copenhagen.....[6 IMG]
Posted By: Duplo, 12-04-2007, 04:45 PM

Having spend a good week in Copenhagen and well just arrived back in Greenland last night.

Wonderful trip, not much time for photography, I did howeve manage to snap a few shots while I was there and I managed to keep the holga project running too
Anyway, from Copenhagen:

DA10-17FE:


DA10-17FE:


FA*24:


FA31ltd:


FA43ltd:


And Finally from Kangerlussuaq on the way home:


THanks for looking

Comments and critics are as always appreciated
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12-04-2007, 04:51 PM   #2
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Gosh, Thomas - all are wonderful. Terrific B&W conversions. I particularly enjoy the framed rail car. I love these kinds of crystal clear B&W photos.

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Nice urban shots - quite interesting B/W.
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You have a unique perspective of the world, Thomas, I always enjoy your photography. Great B&W conversions, thanks for sharing.

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What a wonderful series. The FE has been used to its best with great skill in composition. I love them all
12-05-2007, 06:25 AM   #6
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QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
Gosh, Thomas - all are wonderful. Terrific B&W conversions. I particularly enjoy the framed rail car. I love these kinds of crystal clear B&W photos.

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Thank you Jer,
Glad you like what I did.
QuoteOriginally posted by JCSullivan Quote
Nice urban shots - quite interesting B/W.
Thank you JC.
Still working on getting closer to my film B&W look, but i am getting pretty close to how i like it.

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You have a unique perspective of the world, Thomas, I always enjoy your photography. Great B&W conversions, thanks for sharing.
Thank you for your most fine compliment.
I appreciate both the compliment and the comment.

Thanks for looking.

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What a wonderful series. The FE has been used to its best with great skill in composition. I love them all
Thank you Roentarre,
Appreciate hearing that from you.

I am still working on getting to know the fisheye, but it has proven an interesting little lens, much more so than I imagined when first buying it.
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These are all very good. I have two favorites. The rail car and the airport shot. You PP is interesting I like the look you are getting. Great work and thanks for sharing.
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These are all very good. I have two favorites. The rail car and the airport shot. You PP is interesting I like the look you are getting. Great work and thanks for sharing.
Thank you Pat.

I really like how the Airport one came out too... it was even shot through a very dirty window, but the result looked good enough to me though.

Thanks for commenting and complimenting.

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Great photography and pp. I really like these B&W's. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for sharing Thomas, always love your work. I especially enjoyed the rail car and "make your daddy proud"

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Very nice Thomas, I really like #2.

Plus I wouldn't be surprised if an anti-racism charity would love to have use of #1.
It's perfect.
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I love the treatment you gave these images Thomas. They have a great feel to them. Can you tell me what that is in the second shot? It almost looks like a boat upside down on a stand.
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Great photography and pp. I really like these B&W's. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks you Frank. My B&W are slowy but surely comming around again... has taken a while after going digital, but they are getting more consistant I think.

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Thanks for sharing Thomas, always love your work. I especially enjoyed the rail car and "make your daddy proud"

NaCl(aren't fisheyes great?)H2O
Thank you NaCl(they difinitely are fun)H2O

Glad you like what I do and great to see that you are still around too.

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Very nice Thomas, I really like #2.

Plus I wouldn't be surprised if an anti-racism charity would love to have use of #1.
It's perfect.
thank you Stu, orginally I intented to use the scene for some HDR work, but as i began shooting, the impact of this version seemed more interesting.

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I love the treatment you gave these images Thomas. They have a great feel to them. Can you tell me what that is in the second shot? It almost looks like a boat upside down on a stand.
Thank you LaRee.
The second shot is indeed a boat turned upside down and put on a stand, quite an interesting sculpture I think.
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What a wonderful series Thomas, love the b/w conversions. Thanks for posting and take care,
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Nice work Thomas. I really like the airport shot, but can't define why. Certainly looks uncomfortable. Where is it?
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