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Apr 8, 2024 08:14:43   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
Am exploring the look of Film Noir, while staying away from the "usual" scenes one associates with the term. Your feedback is welcomed.


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Apr 8, 2024 09:27:26   #
tradio Loc: Oxford, Ohio
 
Very interesting image.

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Apr 8, 2024 10:19:40   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
tradio wrote:
Very interesting image.
"Interesting" is always a welcomed response! Thank you kindly.

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Apr 8, 2024 13:14:48   #
delder Loc: Maryland
 
Unusual hardware on that table!

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Apr 8, 2024 13:20:33   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
delder wrote:
Unusual hardware on that table!
Interesting to know Unless you're referring to the reflection of trees?

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Apr 8, 2024 16:08:52   #
delder Loc: Maryland
 
delder wrote:
Unusual hardware on that table!


Looks like an adjustable cenerpole and tilt top adjustments ?
Large Music Stand set flat?

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Apr 8, 2024 16:12:05   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
delder wrote:
Looks like an adjustable cenerpole and tilt top adjustments ?
Large Music Stand set flat?
It is in a hotel; there were several tables like these that I could see from the street, which is where I was when I photo'd, so I know nothing

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Apr 8, 2024 18:39:24   #
PAR4DCR Loc: A Sunny Place
 
I agree with Tradio on this image Linda. I like it a lot.

Don

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Apr 8, 2024 18:42:13   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
PAR4DCR wrote:
I agree with Tradio on this image Linda. I like it a lot.

Don
Thank you very much, Don!

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Apr 8, 2024 18:53:53   #
delder Loc: Maryland
 
Linda From Maine wrote:
It is in a hotel; there were several tables like these that I could see from the street, which is where I was when I photo'd, so I know nothing


Thank you!
Street view of table makes sense to see something we normally don't!

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Apr 8, 2024 19:46:38   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
delder wrote:
Thank you!
Street view of table makes sense to see something we normally don't!



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Apr 8, 2024 21:17:15   #
burkphoto Loc: High Point, NC
 
Linda From Maine wrote:
Am exploring the look of Film Noir, while staying away from the "usual" scenes one associates with the term. Your feedback is welcomed.


Nice! It reminds me of fooling around with re-spooled Double-X Eastman movie film years ago. I like the grain.

The window reflection makes the scene look like a double exposure. I immediately think of photo-illustrated scene settings for chapters in novels.

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Apr 8, 2024 22:28:32   #
L-Fox
 
Linda From Maine wrote:
Am exploring the look of Film Noir, while staying away from the "usual" scenes one associates with the term. Your feedback is welcomed.


Shivers....waiting for someone....or did they go away?


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Apr 9, 2024 07:00:29   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
burkphoto wrote:
Nice! It reminds me of fooling around with re-spooled Double-X Eastman movie film years ago. I like the grain.

The window reflection makes the scene look like a double exposure. I immediately think of photo-illustrated scene settings for chapters in novels.
Thank you very much, Bill!

I don't have any interest in staged shots, so my subjects this week (see three more in Digital Artistry section here) were taken with post processing in mind

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Apr 9, 2024 07:02:11   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
L-Fox wrote:
Shivers....waiting for someone....or did they go away?

Thank you, Larry. They disappeared before my eyes

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