Notting Hill


by Marjan Zahed Kindersley

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by Marjan Zahed Kindersley on

Sid, you are too kind. I doubt it was deliberate depth of field games, rather that I've had my eyes checked since. LOL


Rammy (hehe), of course I shall never forget you. In fact I've pencilled you in for my secretary's direct tel line.

Thank you, as always!

Bugatti and Biedemeier (spelling?)! But bridges?


Sinibaldi, sorry I don't understand the poetic in what you've typed...but thanks for taking the time.


Please send me a ticket for the Turner prize

by ramintork on

Hi Marj,

If you get into the Turner prize don't forget your old friends!

I find Bajenaghe Naghi's inclination to be a ventiphile very funny; I always liked your work but never thought of it as emancipation for the Objektophils!

My personal Objektophile fetish is for cars and designer furniture and modern bridges!

As ever I enjoyed the work specially 2 and 4.




On the right track

by Sid Sarshar on

I see clear improvements on this essay in the following areas: Composition, Angle of the shot (you are shooting more flat, less depth of field, that works for these images) balance of light and dark.  Keep up the good work.


Flint of wood.

by Sinibaldi on

The thorn of a red rose appears in the  light of  September, and there, in the care of the darkness, a little chamois discovers  a fate.... Francesco Sinibaldi

Marjan Zahed Kindersley

Dear Sid

by Marjan Zahed Kindersley on

Hello again. That's great to read, because it means that I did pay attention to your previous constructive ciriticsm and the compositions have improved.

Thank you.

(I have to say, that they look really alive on baryta paper.Patting myself on the back! ;) )

Marjan Zahed Kindersley

Bajenaghe Naghi

by Marjan Zahed Kindersley on

Thank you for liking the pictures, you fellow ventiphile, you. (Great name!) As a fellow sufferer/enjoyer how do you get passed any buildings? I can't set foot outside the house anymore! ;)

And am very curious to know how you became a ventiphile.


I like

by Sid Sarshar on

# 9 and 13.  Also, in a strange way the thumbnails seem to have a certain quality about them as well, like #1 and 15....Enjoyed the essay, thanks for sending them..


bajenaghe naghi

Notting Vent

by bajenaghe naghi on

might have been more appropriate as the heading. 

I liked your pictures very much (myself also being a ventiphile.  if there is no such a word there should be!) ;-)

Thank you.