Ironworker

TasmanianTasmanian Quebec, CanadaPosts: 240Registered Users Major grins

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  • Gary752Gary752 Major grins Central PAPosts: 929Registered Users Major grins
    edited October 4, 2017

    Nice shot with a lot of things to see. I'm willing to bet that this location would make an awesome panoramic!

    GaryB
    “The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it!”Ansel Adams
  • IMAGEMAXIMAGEMAX TexasPosts: 24Registered Users Big grins
    Interesting! And looks like he knows what he's doing as well, looking at all those lanterns hanging up, does he restore those or is he a collector, thanks!
  • TasmanianTasmanian Quebec, CanadaPosts: 240Registered Users Major grins
    edited October 5, 2017

    Thanks !

    He Restore, collect and create a pieces.

  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 19,130Super Moderators moderator
    edited October 6, 2017

    Didn't you show this image sometime ago? Perhaps as a black-and-white? (Bas-Saint-Laurent)

    ziggy53
    Moderator of the Cameras and Accessories forums
  • TasmanianTasmanian Quebec, CanadaPosts: 240Registered Users Major grins

    Possible, I don't remember. I have a B&W version.

  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 19,130Super Moderators moderator

    Found it. Thread was titled "Handmade" (June 29, 2017)

    https://dgrin.com/discussion/262126/handmade#latest

    Sorry, I meant to reply to that thread but didn't, so I'll reply here instead.

    I do like the color version much better. The scene is easier to mentally process and the subject is much easier to instantly recognize from the background clutter. (I use the term "clutter" as a nonpejorative and if you saw how I work you would understand. )

    If I had one wish it would be to see all of the legs and feet from the project he was working on, but we see enough to imagine the likely results. I also imagine that this artisan has a few thousand stories to tell about all his acquisitions and art.

    Nicely seen and thanks for sharing.

    ziggy53
    Moderator of the Cameras and Accessories forums
  • cosmicrealitycosmicreality San Francisco, CaPosts: 26Registered Users Big grins
    edited October 7, 2017
    I like the color version, but I think the b&w can also work if it wasn't made to be so contrasty.

    Totally agree that it's a fun shot to look at as there are so many details. This would be great as a large print, imo

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  • TasmanianTasmanian Quebec, CanadaPosts: 240Registered Users Major grins

    Thanks to you :)

    Not possible to tak the legs, a box was there... :/

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