It is an interesting concept...learning how to make the image so it mimics a previous era shot straight out of the camera, or do you take the clean shot and then work it over in post to get the look you want? I can see definite advantages both ways, but the first is really grasping the art of photography, while the second seems to rely heavier on the art of post processing. Both are noble, and each of us decides which we want to invest in. If I'm reading Lane's objective here, I'd bet his first image of his second post is pretty on-target. I like that composition and, used in the right place, should really take the viewer back. The last image is too soft overall for my liking.