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Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: Marty Everhard] #18550
11/07/08 08:18 AM
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Marty, your too kind. Thank you!

Roman

Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: RomanJohnston] #18551
11/08/08 04:11 AM
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Wow! Great work, beautiful shots.

Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: dlc] #18552
11/08/08 09:59 AM
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Oh my goodness, these are just gorgeous! I am now so excited since several years ago I planted a dozen Japanese Maples. This it the first year they turned that fabulous red. I knew I had to be patient since they are such slow growers. But now that you showed me what I have to look forward to, I am so excited to see what comes next fall!
You are a master of these wonderful scenics.


Peggy Sue
Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: Peggy Sue] #18553
11/08/08 10:23 AM
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nice work Roman, still waiting to see a book!

Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: Tony Bynum] #18554
11/08/08 12:48 PM
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DLC - Thanks!!

Peggysue - They are amazing little trees arent they? Prune them well...guide them and they will become amazing natural pieces of art.

Tony, actually the publisher has contacted me. They need a catalogue of my work. I guess I am having a hard time understanding what they want? My work is layed out even in my Pbase account similar to what they want (by geographic area) they keep refering me to a website which I dont need....just another expense to put my work in a format it already is in. I am currently working on a professional web site, and that should be on line early next year.

Meanwhile I am working on my project with a local printing company to create a showroom of my work and the other product (they tie in together info to be released soon) so that is probably my front burner project for now.

And still weighing the legal ramification of publishing pictures and how that would effect limited runs of gallery quality offerings....so we have some exploring to do and some decisions to make as to where I want to take my work.

Roman

Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: RomanJohnston] #18555
11/08/08 11:38 PM
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Really beautiful collection! I especially like the Japanese Maple (just love the color on those trees!) and the Columbia Gorge shot!

Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: ScenicExplorer] #18556
11/09/08 12:44 AM
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Arizona
Stunnng Roman! Really nice stuff.


See my stuff here davedilli.zenfolio.com
Thanks.....and here is another pano..... [Re: daveman] #18557
11/09/08 01:23 AM
11/09/08 01:23 AM
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I just keep finding compositions I found that just work...

This one is 277MP and prints 40"x 125" at 240PPI



Will it ever end!?!?!?

Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: RomanJohnston] #18558
11/15/08 02:38 AM
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roman -

having witnessed firsthand some of the beauty that surrounds you, i am struck by how the same scene, with a splash of color, takes on an even higher dimension. it is obvious by the breadth of your work that you don't take your environs for granted - never let it be said of you. these are truly spectacular shots. you already know this - but i love your work. you are an inspiration to & for me.

jp

Re: Ok....fall has fallen (for the most part)..... [Re: spartacusii] #18559
11/18/08 11:05 AM
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Portland Oregon
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Jey JP, They key to decent shots is appreciation of your world and looking at it with the wonder of a 6 yr old. (at least I 'v been told I can ACT like a 6 yr old...lol) If you appreciate your world...its kinda hard NOT to see its beauty everywhere.

Thanks for your kind comments as always.

Roman

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