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  1. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Atypical Day

    Usually it's sunny,...or at least fair. Huntington Beach, California. Looking toward the south from the pier. Not sure if I posted this one before. (It's from a few years ago.) Canon P with Tri-X. Well of course after I posted it a pop-up revealed I had indeed posted it previously. (Under a...
  2. Brian Moore

    A Fling on Lower Grand

    I may have posted this before but if I did I'm sure the link is broken. Los Angeles a few years ago. A street fair on Grand avenue,...meanwhile on Lower Grand,...a fling! (It was actually a photo shoot that I noticed.) Canon P with Ilford HP5.
  3. Brian Moore

    What's this got to do with the Brooklyn Bridge...?

    This is a shot I took at the Angel City Brewery in Los Angeles a few years ago. The beer was pretty good. I've posted it before I think, but I'm sure the link has broken. Note the faded lettering on the brick above the awning. The building was once occupied by the John A. Roebling's Sons Wire...
  4. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Balboa Island Ferry

    Shot this a few years ago. Just looked at it again for the first time. Canon P with Tri-X processed in Rodinal.
  5. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed First of the Roll Portrait

    My filing system tells me I shot this image with my Olympus XA3 but my analysis of an apparent light leak signature in a different image off the same roll tells me I shot it with my Canon P. Plus the exposure would have been better if it had been the Oly XA3 since it is AE. Regardless, it's a...
  6. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed 3 Young Fellows Contemplating Life

    Or maybe they are looking for the green flash. Huntington Beach Pier. Canon P with Arista EDU 400 film processed in Rodinal.
  7. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed 40 Winks. No,...80 Winks

    Downtown Los Angeles. Directly across the street from Union Station. Not gunshot victims. Just people having a snooze. Canon P with Tri-X processed in Rodinal.
  8. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Intersection of S. Grand and W. 2nd, Los Angeles

    The building on the right is The Broad Museum. Canon P and Canon 35/1.8 ltm with Ilford HP5 film processed in Cinestill D96 Monobath developer.
  9. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Walt Disney Concert Hall

    A detail. Los Angeles. Canon P and Canon 35/1.8 ltm lens with Ilford HP5 film processed in Cinestill D96 Monobath and scanned on an Epson V500.
  10. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed So You Think You Can Daaahnce,...?

    On Grand Avenue in Los Angeles last Sunday. Canon P and Canon 35/1.8 LTM lens with Ilford HP5 film processed in Cinestill D96 Monobath and scanned on an Epson V500.
  11. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Intersection of Alameda & E. Commercial Streets

    Los Angeles. Canon P with Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in Rodinal. Looking to the West The building behind me as I look to the West: The Metropolitan Detention Center
  12. Brian Moore

    Angel City Brewery

    Los Angeles, California. The faded name on the brickwork is a famous one. John A. Roebling, a German immigrant to the US, was a designer and builder of suspension bridges. He designed the Brooklyn Bridge. John A. Roebling died before the Brooklyn Bridge was built. (Of tetanus; his foot having...
  13. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Desert Center, California

    Off Interstate 10, almost halfway to Phoenix from Los Angeles. Just before dusk. Canon P and Kodak 400 film.
  14. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Wedding Shoot

    Late afternoon at Seal Beach, California. Canon P with Kodak 400 film.
  15. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed What Are The Odds?

    Taking the train into Los Angeles I spotted something amazingly interesting going on in the great concrete flood channel we call the L.A. River. I cannot now recall what the amazingly interesting thing was (I snapped this photo about 7 months ago,...just got around to developing my stored up...
  16. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed I'm Being watched... my daughter and son-in-law prepare to unleash the Mighty Oakley on the Dog Beach section of Huntington Beach. Canon P and Canon 35/1.8 LTM with Kodak 400 film. Developed 5 rolls of color film yesterday and realized I initially attributed this shot to the wrong camera. I actually shot it...
  17. Tony Psaltis

    F/S 5D Mark III with after-market battery grip - $1800

    5D Mark III with after-market battery grip - $1800 Original owner. Appears as new. LCD protection since day one. No marks on it whatsoever. 20,xxx shutter count. Includes everything that was in original box. Only the original box is missing. Will throw in after-market battery grip...
  18. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Baby Birdie and How I Shot Her

    Meet Laura, AKA "Baby Birdie." She is a delightful young lady who works in my department. (She is called Baby Birdie by Pamela, another lady who works in my deparment; she and Laura, though much different in age, are great friends, and Pamela calls Laura Baby Birdie as a term of endearment. It's...