HuntingSand

HuntingSand

Lives in United States NY, United States
Works as a Scholar
Has a website at http://hahn.zenfolio.com
Joined on Aug 23, 2004

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  • Looks like you're easily rattled. And you're absolutely right, if you had turned in that sort of work in my class, I would have failed you. Actually, your fellow students would take it apart,...
  • Love the first one, Gianluca, grace (on the right) and vigor in old age (on the left), both well merged into one. But whatever did you do to that bus driver that he shows you the finger??...
  • Whew! A forceful and dynamic image, upwards and onwards! It reminds me of some of the b/w photographs displayed at the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas. Best,Thomas
  • Never mind the unsatisfactory b/w renditions...you state the subject (of these images) is "the situation of the town in which I live at the moment". How come you then removed yourself to the very...
  • Replied in The rider
    D.,That's a good example of a difficult technique. Your image has just the right balance between stillness captured in motion and the dynamic passing through space. I never get it right with my M9,...
  • Created discussions The Otis Lumber Company
    Manipulated the heck out of this one, it was just too tempting...  It's a straightforward question. Please expand for a better view. Thanks.Thomas
  • Roger T. wrote: HuntingSand wrote: ... To me the Outsider Art Museum really embodies the character of the place. It features art made by non-trained folks who might be illiterate, in prison or...
  • Replied in D.
    Daedalus2000 wrote: Beautiful work Thomas. Have you bought one? Thanks, D.!  This was a second week-long rental period...there might be a third in my near future, we'll see. And if, then I'd...
  • Replied in Art
    Dear Art, yes, I recall you mentioned at some point you were much connected with Philly. Interesting place, the Navy Yard these days. They towed another aircraft carrier away to get scrapped just...
  • Replied in Some thoughts...
    Hybrid EVF/OVF with build-in diopter adjustment Better video integration (4k ready) Better "understanding" between the lenses and the camera body (more accurate EXIF, no need to bloody manually...
  • rebel99 wrote: HuntingSand wrote: Visual impressions of a recent two-day stay in Baltimore, a city with many, surprisingly different facets to it:http://hahn.zenfolio.com/baltimoreFeedback...
  • Aaron801 wrote: Nice work... you seemed to capture the vibe of the city pretty well. Brought back some memories as I grew up near there and was in the city on many many occsaions. The row houses,...
  • RonFrank wrote: I visited the Powerstation in the early 1990's when it was a massive multilevel Bar. I lived in N.VA at the time. Baltimore was never a nice city, and it looks like that has not...
  • Lots of good colors, Choi, and P is dressed for the occasion, too, it seems :-) Thanks for sharing all these Nordic sites! Thomas
  • Replied in Paul
    meagre offerings wrote: wonderful shots of a once great industry, very sad to see it die, but i really like that they have saved some of those amazing steel structures, and they make a great...
  • Replied in Cadder
    Ah yes, the famous Sheffield steel! I am sure American steel making learned a lot from the Sheffield ironworks in its early days. Steel is, and I guess it has always been, competitive global...
  • Art,Thank you, you are too kind, those files basically wrote themselves. It was a crisp and clear day, no need to ratchet up any sliders at all in post, just a conversion to b/w and a couple of...
  • Replied in Paul
    Paul20 wrote: Thomas, An interesting set with great demonstration of the capabilities of the xv. Paul, Thanks much, yes, the XV is basically a moderate Tri-Elmar bolted to a really good sensor; I...
  • Roger T. wrote: My browser is also picking up the "Feedback%20welcome"string after /baltimore . When you get the "Page not found" backspace over the extra characters. Hmmm...the link should be...
  • Roger T. wrote: Nicely seen - Baltimore does have a lot to offer. The Museum of Industry is a good find - most people don't make it that far away from the Inner Harbor. You were also visiting some...
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