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Jun 27, 2017 04:45 as a reply to NewCreation's post |
I am I
I like the second one. I like the way you rotated the photo to make it look like she was leaning back a little.
"I don't like the direction this thread is going..." (LightRules)
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Thanks Immaculens. Here are two more pics from her Senior shoot.
I like both but the second one brings back memories. I used to do a LOT of bow hunting.
Here is something different... Getting digital copies of your old prints (I have thousands of paper photos and their negatives)... I posted this in a couple of threads related to film scanning, so if you read it already, move on. Nothing new here.
Yosemite El Capitan
I think the results are superb. This photo will be rescanned shortly, for a full frame resolution TIFF which will be suitably post-processed to have a large print for the wall!
The scanning process is manual (the film carriage does not autofeed) and slow, but the results are worth it.
I feel that for medium type resolutions (up to about 5200x3800 pixels) the resulting files are reasonable and the quality good enough to print 20x30 prints (which I seldom do). Nearly dSLR quality from my old Canon FTb!
I'll keep you posted.
900 frames scanned and counting I estimate I have another 1300-1500 to go before our son was born... Then 8 years of negatives before we went digital...
Canon EOS 630, Kodak Gold 100
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