MSA O/N January 2023 - Fences/Borders

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New one. Shot with a Leica M2, 35mm Summarit 2.4 lens on Ilford FP4+. Developed in Rodinal 1:50. Unfortunately, scanned with a crummy Epson V550 scanner which doesn't do a very good job with 35mm film.

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Fences are a great attribute in photos.

I find I always look at fences as a potential photograph, wherever I am - and I drive through a lot of areas with all kinds of different fences. I think photographers like lines, anyway - and fences are lines that also divide or separate.

Here's an old one - which had a couple of problems. This is a snow fence on a very foggy day. I used a Mamiya NC1000 that I had been bringing everywhere and, unfortunately, the aperture in the lens was stuck wide open. So this is quite overexposed Foma Retro 320 (or whatever they call it) - and overexposed film scans terribly. If I can ever manage to find the negative, though, I should try to enlarge it. The pattern made by the snow fence (and its reflection) looks almost like an error.

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I find I always look at fences as a potential photograph, wherever I am - and I drive through a lot of areas with all kinds of different fences. I think photographers like lines, anyway - and fences are lines that also divide or separate.

Here's an old one - which had a couple of problems. This is a snow fence on a very foggy day. I used a Mamiya NC1000 that I had been bringing everywhere and, unfortunately, the aperture in the lens was stuck wide open. So this is quite overexposed Foma Retro 320 (or whatever they call it) - and overexposed film scans terribly. If I can ever manage to find the negative, though, I should try to enlarge it. The pattern made by the snow fence (and its reflection) looks almost like an error.

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Maybe try some Farmer's reducer? Definitely a moody shot.
 

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This thread makes me look fondly at the oil painting of a snow fence that is now in our dining area, but spent decades in my childhood home and my parents' home after I moved out.
My mother loved paintings, and was a half decent amateur painter herself.
 

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Going with a detail with this one.
I actually shot it for the iron assignment, but just got to print it, so it's an old one but it fits! 🙂
 

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Ah yes, again, countless times, since we were a kid, we have mixed the Taos Pueblo church with the old San Francisco de Asis Mission Church, ... which is in the actual town of Taos.

Here are two images from the 1940's, ... taken by my dad, with his 3x4 Speed, which we still use today.
As a young lad, going from one to the other, they just became one and the same for me and still get them mixed up today. ;-)

First one was labeled by my dad, as Pueblo Church.. Although it looks like it has gone through, quite some remodeling since that time 70+ years ago. ;-)

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Second one is the Mission church in Taos itself also with the Anniversary 3x4 from the 40's.
Lot more wall. ;-)

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Beautiful images peter k. It's much built up around the St Francis of Assisi Church.
 
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