Archive for September, 2007

Photography: Who Do You Think You Are, David Bailey?

Sunday, September 30th, 2007

Olympus E-400, Leica/Panasonic Summilux 25mm at F4 Above is a quick snapshot of Amazon. The Olympus RAW file was converted to monochrome in Bibble Pro version 4.95, using the Andy plug-in, simulating Agfa-AgfaPan 25 with a number 2 filter for the paper. So far so good. Tightly Cropped The great British photographer Bailey had a […]

Photography: The Moon From Damla’s

Saturday, September 29th, 2007

Moonscape! A few minutes after we had photographed the dreadful tip at Kumlubük we were at Damlas’ where we found her making her own picture of the moon. She invited me to attempt a shot from her balcony but without a tripod this was the best I could manage. The trick with this kind of […]

Kumlubük: A Right Mess!

Friday, September 28th, 2007

Another View Of Kumlubük After several days of monochrome I was aiming at some true National Geographic style colour saturation in this reportage on Kumlubük. The picture above shows some of the homes built into the hill and probably not even noticed by people approaching Kumlubük using the boat service from Marmaris. It’s possible that […]

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