TheFlyingCamera

Lamppost Shadow, Calvert Street

Just a classic b/w image, and a form of portrait of something that isn't even actually in the frame.

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Lamppost Shadow, Calvert Street
TheFlyingCamera, Dec 7, 2018
Location:
Washington DC
Equipment Used:
Mamiya RZ67, 110mm f2.8
Film & Developer:
Kodak Tri-X, Pyrocat HD
Paper & Developer:
neg scan
Digital Post Processing Details:
none.
    • jtk
      "form of portrait of something that isn't even actually in the frame"

      I like that. A series?
    • TheFlyingCamera
      @jtk It could be. Haven't decided yet. I'm thinking about portraits and self-portraits since I'm taking a class at the Smithsonian about self-portraits in photography.
    • DWThomas
      Yes! This is a clever concept; a series might be challenging in terms of finding similar situations that work as well.
    • TheFlyingCamera
      @DWThomas It could take a long time to accomplish - it's very easy for the idea to become a one-trick pony and you end up with an awful lot of very similar images that don't say anything different. This one works because it's a shadow of a lamp-post. A bit of an ironic twist - something that gives light is defined by its shadow.
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    Date:
    Dec 7, 2018
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