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    Yep some more stairs - opinions.

    Continuing with the stair craziness. Wanted some opinions regarding this grab from another walkabout.



    This one on 35mm Ilford Delta 100 in PMK developed N.

    (The last ones were Tri-X in PMK developed N).

    RB

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    I like it a lot, personally.

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    Thanks ntenny.

    Was wondering about a slight crop and rotate to line the horizontals up with the frame edges - I am torn on that.

    RB

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    RB,

    I like the picture as it is but how about this?




    Hope you are not offended by my cropping of your picture. It is and always remains your property whether whole or cropped.

    Regards


    Alistair

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    I like the view, the vantage point, and scope work for me. It would only be better if shot in square format (IMHO ) The second shot makes for groovy abstract, Alistair (...hmm... odd.. ali..stair..., stairs... hmmm..)
    I've said before, I like stairs, have many shots of them, they stand alone, or make good backdrops.

    Rick



 

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