Glad my post apocalyptic view of the world is being conveyed
I was actually so disgusted with recent threads that I deleted my account. But then I found that I couldn't go more than a couple days without Cooter's sardonic wit.
Hi Rob, and all....I think for me the truly annoying thing recently has been this bashing of MFD ...From most probably ' never owners' who continually 'ask/demand conformation' that MFD is over.... Seemingly to justify to themselves that staying with DSLR's was the 'right' choice.Ok... So what... Who cares....?Those of us with MFDB's just keep on doing our jobs with the tools we have, at least on here I get stimulated when I see great work, so so work and Rob's fab archive from the '70's 80's and 90's.Keep it up guys, as WE know, a camera is a means to an end and enables us to do our jobs...S
Frame grab from our new short film.The thing that's of particular interest about this shot is we did it at night (you only get so many hours of daylight during Chicago winters). Love me some HMI's.
Chris,I'm glad you are still here. This is a great frame.
I think L(little)B(bittie)Cooter is available.BC
Ahh, I should have tried that when "I-Wanna-shoot-Like-Cooter" returned as unavailable. Truthfully, though, I put my name out there because I feel that anonymity breeds social irresponsibility, as is all too evident in this forum. Anyway... back to image-making.
Hey Chris,Social irresponsibility huh?That's about the nicest comment I've received all week, on and off the computer.BC
Oh, you know I wasn't talking about you.
You have a good eye for composition. Really nice compositions that go beyond the cookie cuttercomposition rules are not that common. You also used long exposure in a manner that adds to the narrativerather than just as a effect.There are so many beautiful places that are scared by industry. Do a search for Port Hueneme superfund and powerstation.
Latest test shoot. Just came out in the spring Workbook this week. The navigator shaved off his beard the next day.
Nice idea nicely executed but one big elephant in the field: four guys too many! On her own, she'd have been wonderful! (The girl - the elephant hasn't disclosed anything.);-)Rob C