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    Thanks guys!
    No website. I posted about 300 of my best on my facebook, though...

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    Wonderful, i really like number 4 and 5... they are just awesome.

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    Thanks!
    Here's another fresh 20x24
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    Don't let my comment discourage you, I hope it encourages you.
    The dodging of the horseman is pretty sloppy and overly obvious. I'd work more on that to improve an otherwise interesting photograph.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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    No way!! :-)
    I was going for that all the way. Otherwise it would be a fairly boring print. You should see some of my other prints... Even more obvious. I'll dig em out and post them.
    What annoys me in this print is the sheep's head. It needs more dodging.

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    I always print a few with different degrees of manipulations. Here are two which are more subtle...
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    Felt like adding another pic of a 20x24 print I made few days ago.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by NB23 View Post
    In Cuba a few months ago. All shot on a Leica MP + 28 Summicron on Pan-F & FP-4 Plus.

    Now that Summicron. I shot all of the best Leica glass and you'll never see me write a lens review as I believe in prints revealing the lenses. As I am a film shooter, I give myself as much as 5 years for a lens to impress me and I judge lenses on prints, not on 100% screen views. Some lenses still take time to sing in my prints (24 summilux comes to mind). But this 28 Summicron screams Leica all over the place. I like to look at my prints and know exactly which lens took the shot by its unique characteristics. Some lenses just never fulfill that while some others aer overly present. The summicron is definitely one of the latter.
    I feel the same way about my Nikkor 50mm f/2 ai. Magical lens.

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    I think you and I would be rather happy if we were to trade prints, NB...similar printing preferences. Very nice work, I should add...
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    Thanks Chris,
    Yes we can trade a print or two. Why not!

    Damon, never tried that particular nikkor but I often read about it on forums...

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