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Photographer  Mark Sherman {Karma:15637}
Project #43 Unusual Vision Camera Model Hasselblad 501cm
Categories Portrait
Film Format
Portfolio Texas Landscapes
Lens Hasselblad 60cb
Uploaded 4/11/2006 Film / Memory Type Fuji Velvia 100
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 1192 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 19 Rating
6.50
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Location City -  Outside of Pflugerville
State -  TX
Country - United States   United States
About 2001 a film that put me to sleep when I was 7. "Open the bay door HAL."

For the word HAL they created it from IBM each letter was one word off from that famous computer firm. Converted to black and white using grey scale, then added a lens effect, and lighting effect along with some dodging and burning, Thanks for looking.
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Michele Beccia Michele Beccia   {K:15397} 1/5/2012
Excellent, regards:)

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Rick Page Rick Page   {K:5177} 3/6/2007
Sorry Dave,I can't do that. I think that's how it went.All of us in our neighborhood went to the movie just to see the colors when 2001 came out....Beautiful photoart........rick:)

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Mary Brown   {K:71879} 5/31/2006
This has a lot going on it it. It is definately creative and thought provoking. Great idea, Mark, and creative work.
MAry

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Mark Longo Mark Longo   {K:12760} 5/2/2006
Great stuff Mark! At first I though perhaps you'd gone too far with the extent of the lens flare, but after looking at it a little, I decided that the lens flare looks like aligned planets! Bravo! And this was a perfect base shot to do this with. You might start a trend here and we'll all be doing monoliths soon!

Best regards,
Mark

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ictenbey / Emrah ICTEN ictenbey / Emrah ICTEN   {K:16316} 5/2/2006
so nice

well done

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Rick Page Rick Page   {K:5177} 5/2/2006
Excellent use of imagination.Love to see more of this on Usefilm......Rick

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Hesham Abouzekry   {K:15927} 5/2/2006
super excellent.
I've added it to my favorit.
congrats.
H.A

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Ian McIntosh Ian McIntosh   {K:42997} 4/24/2006
Works so well.

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Mark Sherman   {K:15637} 4/13/2006
I don't mind you getting carried away, so far I always end up learning something in the process. I've seen some of his work and didn't realize it. You found me out I am a repressed painter, couldn't paint to save my life, much less draw. I always find myself wanting to back to school after one of your comments.

Thanks George

Mark

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George Black George Black   {K:102005} 4/12/2006
OK, Mark, I do get carried away sometimes! But I think you’ll understand if you see his La Chateau des Pyrenees. This is not the first time I've thought about Magritte in looking at your work, though. I'm glad you checked him out. His vision and yours seem to be parallel. What do you think?

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Mary Slade   {K:40338} 4/12/2006
Love it- the tree of life! Lights to it getting bigger-brill! That has summed it all up for me Mark and drawn it together. The joy of learning. So pleased you did go "artsy fartsy" and explain!!! (Now they're words I understand and use alot!!)

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Mark Sherman   {K:15637} 4/12/2006
If I remember we didn't see the next Monolith until we set up a base on the moon. The first one was when we learned how to use a bone as a weapon that the "apes" used to protect themselves. It's like until we could get ourselves to the moon we weren't ready for the next step.

Each one seemed to represent a next step in human evolution. I like the way you put it from old age to modern. I put the light coming to the tree, because I saw it as the tree of life.

Before I get way to artsy fartsy I will leave it at that :-)

Mark

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Mark Sherman   {K:15637} 4/12/2006
once again you send me to google in the quest to learn more :-)

Thanks for your cool indirect way of learning.

Mark

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George Black George Black   {K:102005} 4/12/2006
Fabulous image . . . beautifully rendered. Kubrick or Magritte? . . . or both? This defines "cool."

Regards,
--George

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Mary Slade   {K:40338} 4/11/2006
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique Great to be able to do this image in itself. But brilliant- you got me thinking and learning again! In the film, was it discovering tools led to evolution, but then modern trips to planet with computer could lead to danger. Is that the idea? And the base of the your image is the old age, the rest movement to modern?

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João F * Photography João F * Photography   {K:41945} 4/11/2006
Great B&W work dear Mark S. i like this one ,well done my friend!!
joão

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Larry Monserate Piojo Larry Monserate Piojo   {K:10780} 4/11/2006
very beautiful mark, very beautiful!

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Branimir Fagarazzi Branimir Fagarazzi   {K:38367} 4/11/2006
Great work

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Gustavo Scheverin Gustavo Scheverin   {K:164498} 4/11/2006
Genial interpretación de la película de Stanley Kubrick

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