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    scanned from slides with C700 handheld resulting in soft image.



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    Colours kind of pale...but i can see the potential. Idea is there.
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    like on the boat..

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    rescanned



    bw version


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    Interesting concept. The B&W version has too high contrast for my liking.
    As complexity rises, precise statements lose meaning and meaningful statements lose precision.

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    Can we try to print everything in Grade One?

    Most often than not, content is the way to go.
    The execution is the style that one adopts.
    It is not too bad either to break the rules sometimes.

    We learn to absorb different styles and appreciate
    a fellow photographer’s execution when we have
    the full range of the grey scale at our disposal.

    http://www.biphoto.com/ir/messages/2394.html

    Soon we will have to go back a little bit to history
    to appreciate the traditionalists in order to execute
    the up and coming pop crazy digital art that every
    who dares to try. Mind you, your eyes on the
    monitor screens...

    http://www.biphoto.com/ir/messages/2380.html

    _______________________________________________
    The reason I do a lot of black and white
    is because I really love the tonality of B&W film.
    More importantly, because I have done, and still do,
    a lot of archival architectural photography.
    It is required that the prints and negatives be archival quality.
    That is a 400 year or more life span for the images.
    Color and digital simply cannot meet that requirement.
    I wrote a book about this issue in 1994 in which archival
    requirements are described. - Rick Athearn


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