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ZoneZero

Discussion in 'Web Sites of Interest' started by mertonia, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. mertonia

    mertonia Well-Known Member

    Has any one come across these pages of Zonezero reputed to be the largest photographic web site on the web.

    Knowing i was going to meet the author today I have been looking at it for a few days now and find it very interesting

    from the site
    ZoneZero © is dedicated to photography. Its name intends to be a metaphor for the journey from analog to digital image making. One of the references comes from "The Zone System" a fine example of the analog heritage in photography made so famous by Ansel Adams. From the analog dark room we are now moving to the digital one; where everything analog is transformed into digits represented through the infinite combinations of either zeros or ones.

    By the way Pedro Meyer is a very interesting guy with some great photographs
    web page

    peter
     
  2. bazzah

    bazzah Member

  3. AlanW

    AlanW Well-Known Member

    Yes Frank Horvat's one of the great allrounders - I remember sitting in a cafe in Paris quite a few years ago and got that odd feeling that I'd been there before, it was only recently that it all became clear . . . . this is where I was . . . . . in Au Chien Qui Fume :)

    AlanW.
     
  4. TimF

    TimF With as stony a stare as ever Lord Reith could hav

    Just love the so-politically incorrect name of that place! :D
     
  5. mertonia

    mertonia Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the site info - i have had a quick look but found it difficult to navigate. Will have a good luck later - cheers

    peter
     
  6. bazzah

    bazzah Member

    Hello Peter,Horvat's site isn't the easiest to navigate I know but one of the most interesting subjects is the series of interviews - Entrevues - he did with his contemporaries when he believed he was losing his sight.
    Have a good read.
    Am an exiled Mancunian.
    Barry.
     

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