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« Reply #1700 on: August 28, 2008, 01:39:23 PM »
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@sid,
Great shot, love the funky depth you get here like you are the thrower yourself.
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« Reply #1701 on: August 28, 2008, 01:47:51 PM »
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« Reply #1702 on: August 28, 2008, 01:48:56 PM »
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You were in Milan and London as a Model Dude.  You never made a dollar as photographer in Europe.

Miami is doing great from Nov to Mar.  I spend the rest of the year in NYC and Paris shooting four days a week and being published by foreign edition of Vogue, Harpers, Elle, Marie Claire and Allure.  No US, French or Italian versions yet, but I am hoping soon.  T

LaChapelle copied Nick Night who in turn was copying HIRO.  Before Hiro there was no one really doing that kind of color.  No Kodachrome around.  Before those guys Horst, Steigletz, Steichen were the bee's knees.  Would've loved to see how they did color though.  Do you know who Steichen and Steiglitz are?  They started it all!

Just the way you stated, "I am being copied" in your passive aggressive tone was enough to warrant a ripping.  Plus, now you are trying to be calm and quiet because you know you'll be kicked.  Do you recall the vitriol your spewed on DP review? That was just two years ago.







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The only one chewing heads here is you...:+}
I was only stating facts...
When did I say I was anybody?
You guys need to read before you go off on rants...
I am sure you have a great market there in Miami...:+}
I lived in Milan for 10 years and did quite well there.
Lived in London for several years where i also did quite well...
Always hated Paris so won't even think about going there.
How that Miami market going on in Miami JT?
Thanks for the compliment saying I copy Nick Knight. I would say my style has NOTHING to do with him but I am sure it is just one of the Few Famous photographers you know about and just threw it in there.
Liek I said when I saw people stating that Frank was ripping off other photographers ideas and trying to Copying them exactly, it reminded me of the dispute I had a while back.
Thought I was being Politically correct by not mentioning who it was , But he decided to let everyone know..:]

Let's get back to sharing pictures and let the wanna bes cool down..:+]
Snook
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« Reply #1703 on: August 28, 2008, 01:59:44 PM »
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JTF you mean http://www.nickknight.com/main.html ?

Did not know him, thanks so much for pointing him out.
I don't see a 100% David Lachapelle like world but I can see the connections and all I can say is wow, added to my favs.
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« Reply #1704 on: August 28, 2008, 02:34:48 PM »
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Yeah, he is awesome Frank!  

One of the best out there.  I have a few of his books that are made in short runs for promotional use to clients.  His site doesn't really do him justice.  It is very selective work, strange he doesn't expand it.

Not really know in the US that well.  Like Guido Mocafico as well.  amazing shooters, but don't shoot in the US that much.



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JTF you mean http://www.nickknight.com/main.html ?

Did not know him, thanks so much for pointing him out.
I don't see a 100% David Lachapelle like world but I can see the connections and all I can say is wow, added to my favs.
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« Reply #1705 on: August 28, 2008, 03:10:53 PM »
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Can you mail me some links to his books, I would love to order them.
Indeed that's amazing work.
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« Reply #1706 on: August 28, 2008, 03:33:20 PM »
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You were in Milan and London as a Model Dude.  You never made a dollar as photographer in Europe.

Miami is doing great from Nov to Mar.  I spend the rest of the year in NYC and Paris shooting four days a week and being published by foreign edition of Vogue, Harpers, Elle, Marie Claire and Allure.  No US, French or Italian versions yet, but I am hoping soon.  T

LaChapelle copied Nick Night who in turn was copying HIRO.  Before Hiro there was no one really doing that kind of color.  No Kodachrome around.  Before those guys Horst, Steigletz, Steichen were the bee's knees.  Would've loved to see how they did color though.  Do you know who Steichen and Steiglitz are?  They started it all!

Just the way you stated, "I am being copied" in your passive aggressive tone was enough to warrant a ripping.  Plus, now you are trying to be calm and quiet because you know you'll be kicked.  Do you recall the vitriol your spewed on DP review? That was just two years ago.


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I think that miami heat might be getting to you...
Did you wake -up after you wrote that...
Or are you shooting Blogue and you accidentally wrote Vogue..?
Made plenty in Europe as a photographer...
Not sure who you think of, again maybe that miami heat, no pun intended..

I guess all the big guys are hanging out in miami on their spare time... Maybe 10 years ago...:+]
My passive aggressive tone...
You sound like Richard Agudelo...
In any case would love to see your Vogue stuff.
Why don't you post a your website in your Info...
Sound like a troll to me..
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« Reply #1707 on: August 28, 2008, 03:38:36 PM »
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Yeah, he is awesome Frank! 

One of the best out there.  I have a few of his books that are made in short runs for promotional use to clients.  His site doesn't really do him justice.  It is very selective work, strange he doesn't expand it.

Not really know in the US that well.  Like Guido Mocafico as well.  amazing shooters, but don't shoot in the US that much.
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nick knight is one of the most influential photographers from the 90s
technically astounding and has a certain otherworldly aesthetic. I wouldn't tie him closely to lachapelle (I wonder if they've even met)
one of the first people whose work got me interested in photography! He did some videos also with bjork.
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« Reply #1708 on: August 28, 2008, 03:47:22 PM »
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I would not say he is like LaChapelle.  I think he influenced LaChapelle in his early color work.

Amazing shooter!  I agree with you 110% as one of the most influential guys out there.




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nick knight is one of the most influential photographers from the 90s
technically astounding and has a certain otherworldly aesthetic. I wouldn't tie him closely to lachapelle (I wonder if they've even met)
one of the first people whose work got me interested in photography! He did some videos also with bjork.
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« Reply #1709 on: August 28, 2008, 03:50:02 PM »
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« Reply #1710 on: August 28, 2008, 03:55:32 PM »
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OK kids, time's up.

This has been one of the most interesting and valuable threads on this Forum, but it has now run its course.

I'm closing it in part because its too long. Also, because it has from time to time been hijacked by some immature characters.

Anyone is free to start a new similar thread, but personal attacks will not be tolerated and offenders will be permanently zapped without warning.

Be advised.

Michael
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