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Photographer James Cook  James Cook {Karma:38068}
Project #49 Dramatic Portrait Camera Model Canon PowerShot SD950
Categories Alternative Process
From The Field
Film Format Digital JPEG High
Portfolio Peeps
Lens fixed, no digital zoom
Uploaded 3/22/2009 Film / Memory Type jpg
    ISO / Film Speed 80
Views 951 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 8 Rating
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Location City -  Seattle
State -  WA
Country - United States   United States
About This unmanipulated photograph (1890) was shot on 17 November 2007 at The Summit (on Capital Hill).

Appearing here is a friend of a friend. Shot in a rough luxagraphic style, this photograph involves a subtle camera motion.

For more information about my luxagraphic style of photography, please read my Luxagraphia Manifesto.
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There are 8 Comments in 1 Pages
James Cook James Cook   {K:38068} 3/31/2009
aZiZ zBc - Thank you.


aZiZ aBc aZiZ aBc   {K:28345} 3/29/2009


James Cook James Cook   {K:38068} 3/26/2009
Roger - Thanks. I am sure who it is a picture of but there is still some disagreement among my friends (and I'm awaiting a response from the model himself for his confirmation).


James Cook James Cook   {K:38068} 3/26/2009
Malules - Thanks for taking a look. Glad you like it.


Roger Skinner Roger Skinner   {K:81744} 3/24/2009
whoa... excellent portrait


Malules Fernandez Malules Fernandez   {K:54810} 3/24/2009
Great work !


James Cook James Cook   {K:38068} 3/23/2009
Ivona - Thanks. My work tends toward the dark. I do a lot of night photography, and my luxagraphic work requires slower shutter speeds so that tends to inform my work as well. Often I think my work suffers in thumbnail, but it will certainly shine large (projected or in print).


Ivona Lozic Ivona Lozic   {K:6799} 3/23/2009
U have some dark period or? Last few photos are so dark... I like dark :-)




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