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chancy

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ecc35 said:
some OM photos to share
Hi Ecc35, I like the picture of the indian priest performing rites, the unidentified pair of hands touching the Buddha adds an air of mystery.

But something about the OM look that lost in the digitization process, I'm sure the pics look better in print ;-)

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Hi Ecc35, I like the picture of the indian priest performing rites, the unidentified pair of hands touching the Buddha adds an air of mystery.

But something about the OM look that lost in the digitization process, I'm sure the pics look better in print ;-)

Cheers,
The lab scanned in bitmap for me. No matter how I convert I cannot get a good output below 250K leh.... The prints are sharp and have great tonal graduation.

Shoot film shoot film shoot film...:cheergal:
before it's gone.....
 

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I still like the feel of control using the manual OM bodies the moment you take pictures. The feeling is different comparing to controlling the image using PC when using the E300 after the shooting session.


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I still like the feel of control using the manual OM bodies the moment you take pictures. The feeling is different comparing to controlling the image using PC when using the E300 after the shooting session.


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And when the prints turn out to be like what you pictured in your mind's eyes, the shiokness is beyond description. I'm always like a child opening a present when I wait for the negatives to be developed. :bsmilie:
 

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