Dave Fitzpatrick


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Dave, it's really not hard to figure out why at all when you realize that this is 1912 we're talking about, not 2003. Photography then just wasn't what it is now.

I've seen some of the same pictures and the presence of ice is clear enough once you know exactly what you're looking at. There's no mystery here.
 
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Thanks Michael,

I guess with standards of photography these days we get a bit complacent.

Can you point me to a source where I could look at better quality images of these pictures.

Regards

Dave
 
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The photos I saw were in Eaton and Haas "Titanic Triumph and Tragedy. Don't expect too much as whet you see is pretty much all you're going to get. Again remember that this is 1912 we're talking about. People weren't walking around with digital camera's and telephoto lenses that could count the hairs on a gnat's leg all the way to Jupiter.

BTW, you didn't belete the first message did you? If so, may I please ask you to refrain from doing that in the future? That way, everybody knows what's being discussed.

Thanks!
 

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