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Posted by
Michael Rawluk (Williams Lake, BC, Canada) on 29 March 2008 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Photographic Roots:
Early in the nineteenth century, Thomas Wedgwood successfully created images with silver chloride but his images could not survive as there was no known method of making the image permanent.
A Photographic Quote of Note:

There is no formula for a good photograph. Mediocre pictures may follow a formula, good ones seldom do: When the visual tools are used just right, the design, lighting, mood, and emotion come together to just the right point, and that point hits you and you know what the photographer meant – that’s a good picture.
- - - - - Ed Feingersh

Canon EOS 5D 1/160 second F/8.0 ISO 100 58 mm

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Canon EOS 5D
1/160 second
ISO 100
58 mm