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voyage to aotearoa
Image Title:  voyage to aotearoa
 
 By: Ian McIntosh  
  Copyright ©2008
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Photographer Ian McIntosh  Ian McIntosh {Karma:42997}
Project N/A Camera Model slarti
Categories Transportation
Film Format
Portfolio Road Movie
Lens jupiter9
Uploaded 9/16/2008 Film / Memory Type 100
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 1141 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 9 Rating
6.00
/ 3 Ratings
Location City - 
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Country - Usefilm.com Old Timers   Usefilm.com Old Timers
About detail from Ralph Hotere's "black phoenix ii"
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There are 9 Comments in 1 Pages
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Roger Skinner Roger Skinner   {K:81708} 4/27/2010
crikey a featured portfolio form the past... about time somebody said something

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Len Webster Len Webster   {K:25714} 11/13/2008
Oh, yes, I like that one, Ian! Great stuff.

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Ali  dewchi    {K:15992} 10/13/2008
great work

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:128003} 10/6/2008
Featured Critique
A very very authentic and original idea, Ian! It has both "order" and at the same time "disordering" for me. The restricted palette adds much to its abstract power. The texture on the wood looks nice too, but above all I find that kind of "diffuse light glow" over the whole image very interesting. Is that the result of the reflections on the water?

Another possible crop would be like on the attachment, but then it loses much of that abstract look, doesn't it?

Cheers!

Nick

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Another possible crop


Tony Smallman   {K:22638} 10/4/2008
So this how it looked from the inside of that Chinese manned-space craft!I saw it from the outside on the news and it looked very much like one of those space craft they sent up in the sixties with a dog or monkey inside!Do you remember those?
Cheers, Tony

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Wayne Harridge Wayne Harridge   {K:18283} 10/3/2008
Interesting work - I don't know anything about Hotere though.

...Wayne

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Ian McIntosh Ian McIntosh   {K:42997} 9/17/2008
What are you or aren't you seeing Roger? I'd hate to misrepresent the guy, I'm messing with someone else's stuff here. I'm also keen to have another crack with a new lens I'm getting in the post.

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Roger Skinner Roger Skinner   {K:81708} 9/16/2008
Hotere's work is certainly extraordinary... rich, dark and full of meaning... and whilst the essence of black light is apparent in this image.. for once I am not sure you have hit the mark

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Ruth Butler Ruth Butler   {K:403} 9/16/2008
Cool! really cool

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