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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterSense View Post
    Do you ever deliberately flip a print from the way it appeared in real life, because you thought it looked better? Do you think this is ok to do?

    I read about a guy shooting in-camera Illfochromes and they always came out flipped, and he rarely did anything about it unless there was a giveaway in the image, because it really looks fine, to those who were not present at the original scene.
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    I have done it; very, very rarely. I cannot remember the last neg I flipped. Of course, when my vision for the print was perfect the first time, who needs manipulation in the darkroom.....(Very Big Grin)
    John, Mount Vernon, Virginia USA

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    It's your photograph. Print it any way you damn-well please.
    (Unless you live in a Communist country. )
    Randy S.

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    Sometimes as artistic license. But never if there is signage or any writing in the shot. If it makes a print composition better, why not?

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