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    Is this what I should expect from EPP?

    the wall was blue....like eckerd sign blue, scan adjusted to match the original slide:

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    is it an accurate rendition of the scene you photographed? it don't look bad to me, but as I was not there, I have no reference point, I thinks perhaps a bit of fill flash woud have brought out some of the details in the hydrant..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Parker
    is it an accurate rendition of the scene you photographed? it don't look bad to me, but as I was not there, I have no reference point, I thinks perhaps a bit of fill flash woud have brought out some of the details in the hydrant..

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    you're probably right about the fill flash, everything else is just about right...just not the blue so i really dont know?

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    Hi Bob,

    It does look like an unfinished cement wall, if there was not blue present, then I would be confused, was this wall painted blue? Now if there was a tint of blue on the wall, I would expect EPP to perhaps over render it..but none the less, it is not a bad picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Parker
    Hi Bob,

    It does look like an unfinished cement wall, if there was not blue present, then I would be confused, was this wall painted blue? Now if there was a tint of blue on the wall, I would expect EPP to perhaps over render it..but none the less, it is not a bad picture.

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    a plywood temporary wall painted BRIGHT blue.... go www.eckerd.com their logo color blue

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    I'm confused. The Eckerd blue on their web site is less vivid than this, and not bright to my eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBP
    I'm confused. The Eckerd blue on their web site is less vivid than this, and not bright to my eye.
    its darker, but at least to me its more saturated



 

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