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11-02-2014, 02:31 PM - 1 Like   #766
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iso 51200 f8 1/1000


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iso 51200 f8 1/1000

Reminds me of good old Kodak Tri-X pushed a stop or two in development. I really like the grainy texture. It adds a lot to an otherwise low contrast (ignoring the hair lights) shot.

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QuoteOriginally posted by PabloFP Quote
iso 51200 f8 1/1000

I find it difficult to look at these, even on a fairly good sized screen. I'm sure they are good photos but I'm not much of a pixel peeper and I can't see the whole photo at once and I have to scroll.
Could you reduce the size, say to 800 or 1000 on the long edge? Then people who do want to look at the giant one can follow the link to Flickr and peep away.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
I find it difficult to look at these, even on a fairly good sized screen. I'm sure they are good photos but I'm not much of a pixel peeper and I can't see the whole photo at once and I have to scroll.
Could you reduce the size, say to 800 or 1000 on the long edge? Then people who do want to look at the giant one can follow the link to Flickr and peep away.
sry, i didn't notice it would be to large. thx for telling. i already edited. Hope u like it =)

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Reminds me of good old Kodak Tri-X pushed a stop or two in development. I really like the grainy texture. It adds a lot to an otherwise low contrast (ignoring the hair lights) shot.
Thanks! i realy like that old look of a grainy picture.
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love the second one!

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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
I find it difficult to look at these, even on a fairly good sized screen. I'm sure they are good photos but I'm not much of a pixel peeper and I can't see the whole photo at once and I have to scroll.
Could you reduce the size, say to 800 or 1000 on the long edge? Then people who do want to look at the giant one can follow the link to Flickr and peep away.
You can set the largest size you want displayed in your browser, under your profile Matt.. I never know when a oversize picture has been posted.
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Passed by this church while in the Miami area. Seems that it's booked almost a year out for weddings. I photographers dream from what I heard.

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A shot from last November in Sekinchan, Malaysia

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