The Smell of Her Perfume Echoes in My Head Still

The Smell of Her Perfume Echoes in My Head Still


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Named for a Rodriguez song, Giles refers to this scene as having the night shadows of those who were in the bed. Romantic, elegant and reflective, this beautiful photograph uses the linearity of the striped rumpled sheets to create a flowing rhythm from a banal scene most of us would pass by.

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Working in newspapers there and in Swaziland taught him a range of photographic skills —shooting, developing and printing a photo in under 45 minutes, or less, and tackling any subject from portraits to beauty pageants, soccer, motor sport, boxing, ghetto jazz and rock musicians, and street life. Most of that was black and white work, with an occasional roll of slide film for special projects and artistic exploration. He upgraded through 35mm SLRs to Leica rangefinders and various lenses. He still enjoys using older lenses, mostly Leica and Canon, to explore subjects and qualities of light.


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