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  1. Mr. Lou Garou

    Fighter-fight

    See what I mean? Dullsville, Daddy-O!
  2. Mr. Lou Garou

    Fighter-fight

    Here's a piece I did where I attempted to minimize the light. I don't feel it is successful, though.
  3. Mr. Lou Garou

    Untitled #12

    Thank you, Ron, but no response is necessary, other than hearing "yes!" in the mind. It's all so subjective. Some people appreciate more literal photography, but it's all "opinion", and as such, are never right or wrong.
  4. Mr. Lou Garou

    "parcels"

    Thanks, everyone. I'm glad you've enjoyed this one.
  5. Mr. Lou Garou

    Fighter-fight

    Love Drtikoliv. Have you seen his "Composition"? I love the angles, the tension between light and dark. His work reminds me of a photograph of a dancer I found once in a thrift-shop book. The name of the photographer was lost, but I scanned the photograph for later study: I think the...
  6. Mr. Lou Garou

    Untitled #12

    I think it's more like fission --> fusion --> fission --> fusion, or perhaps, thesis --> antithesis --> synthesis. Like you, I, too, don't know what I don't know. And yes, I am a musician, and guitar collector. How about you? Are you a musician, Ronman?
  7. Mr. Lou Garou

    Self Portrait of the year

    I like the use of color in this.
  8. Mr. Lou Garou

    Winter, but it looks like autumn

    Very evocative, Twig. Very well composed, with a wonderful sense of light.
  9. Mr. Lou Garou

    Untitled #12

    Influenced as I am by early Cubism, I often use guitars, or parts of guitars, as elements in my expressions.
  10. Mr. Lou Garou

    Sand bars, tidal slants, and fuzzy clouds

    Well, there you have it. A beach shot ~is~ pretty standard, and with this photograph, rob91 gives you a picture of a beach in a way that causes you to see the piling clouds, the ocean, the waves, the strand, in a new manner. The photograph also causes the viewer to be mindful of all the other...
  11. Mr. Lou Garou

    Fighter-fight

    Yes. I was first attracted to indistinction in portrait photography of the early 1980's, where the use of panty hose as a filter softened the features of aging actresses, and petroleum jelly was sometimes smeared on the verges of the lens to allow selective blurring. Coating nearly the entire...
  12. Mr. Lou Garou

    Fighter-fight

    And to clarify further, rob91 actually ~achieves~ what I merely strive for in my photography.
  13. Mr. Lou Garou

    Fighter-fight

    Imitating rob91's work? I never even saw his work until yesterday, when I joined this forum. Besides, rob91 uses a uniform blur, or "fuzzy" as he calls it, while my photographs, or rather, this series of photographs, relieves the field by juxtaposing one or more areas in sharp relief. More...
  14. Mr. Lou Garou

    "parcels"

  15. Mr. Lou Garou

    Fighter-fight

    I just discovered rob91 at this site. It's exciting to see work of his caliber.
  16. Mr. Lou Garou

    Fighter-fight

    Just finished this one: I'm fairly happy about how it came out, although I feel I left some aspects unresolved.
  17. Mr. Lou Garou

    Green on Rye

    I liked very much what you did with the clouds, rob91, and the interface between horizon and sky is especially interesting. There are articulate artifacts throughout this piece.
  18. Mr. Lou Garou

    Sand bars, tidal slants, and fuzzy clouds

    I'm new to rob91's work, just discovering it, actually. I don't understand the criticism I'm finding. To all those who want rob91 to make his horizons rectilinear, and the photograph in sharper focus, I think you're mistaking a "photograph" with a "picture post card." Would you have told Picasso...
  19. Mr. Lou Garou

    Almost Hollywood

    Perfect.
  20. Mr. Lou Garou

    Over here, and there

    I've just recently discovered your work, rob91. Very expressive, and wonderfully subtle. I thought it was obvious that the subject of this photograph was the color red, or rather, the ~meaning~ of the color red. Whether or not that was your intention, that's what I got from the piece, and I'm...
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