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Some faves from the Contax G pages
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 12:42 am    Post subject: Some faves from the Contax G pages Reply with quote

One of my favourite galleries online is the Contax G pages.
There is a lot of talented shooters there, people who really are in tune with the rangefinder photography.
I have selected a few favourites of mine from the last days, then if you browse there you will surely find more that you like maybe better than these ones. These are very good to my own eyes, and an inspiration also:

no name:
http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=32860&full=1

Structures:
http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=32873&full=1

In the pub:
http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=32813&full=1

Maverick, ypsilanti:
http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=32780&full=1

no name:
http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=32807&full=1

no name (look what poetry!):
http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=32806&full=1

And to finish, a fantastic (for me) portrait, by a photographer that has surely studied Leni Riefenstahl images a lot:
Christina:
http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=32848&full=1

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 5:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Holy Cow!

no name (look what poetry!):
http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=32806&full=1

Marvelous. A GREAT usage of high-grain, high accutance film! I LOVE the falloffs - both light falloff and focus falloff. The photographer USED those falloffs almost as a compositional element! The mood, the global tones, and the simplistic comp combine with the light to create, as you have alluded to Orio, a poetic tome of an image.

Also:

http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=25344

http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=24120

http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=25544

http://contaxg.com/document.php?id=25119