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Great Polonaise 2006-08-14 18:53

If there is anything normal left on earth (beside me, but of course (:-)) it is this picture. Portrait of a human being. Non-pretentious, regular, looking straight forward into camera - human being.
In his natural environment. In his domain. Bring him into the studio and the magic's gone. You didn't try to impress us Jerzy, to show us your enormous capability in your beloved field. You just used your refined skills to show us how to stay sane and be great innovator at the same time.
INNOVATOR ?
Yes. Innovator.
Using $3000-$4000 electronically stuffed equipment to make a picture which has enclosed within its frame the greatest experience in photography of the past decades - that's what I call 'innovation'.
j.g.
Or…You can always go around like many of us, pushing the button and producing the 'waxy-schmaxy -oh-so-cute' numeric pixelities. No soul in them and no noise, but they are sooooo sharp.

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Old 08-15-2006, 11:54 AM
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Default To kfreud: Moskau-Novosibirsk

Hi,
gute Frage. Wir sind von St. Petersburg nach Novosibirsk geflogen und erst von dort aus mit dem Zug gefahren. Der Flug hat aber alleine schon über 4 Stunden gedauert also ist man im Zug ein paar Tage unterwegs (ich habe im Hinterkopf um die 3 Tage). Wir sind dann im Endeffekt 32 Stunden nach Ulan-Ude mit der Transsib gefahren und ich kann es nur empfehlen. Würde ich jederzeit wieder machen, vielleicht das nächste Mal im Winter.
Viele Grüße
Ulrike
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