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    I have found that I need to "live" with my shots for a while. I dev and proof straight away and then just pile them up for a while. A good time to keep re visiting old proof sheets is when I'm processing film, gives me something to do.
    I find I can be more ruthless/dispassionate about the image if there is a long period of time between the taking and the printing. Or maybe this is just the confession of a slack printer

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    If youwant to see if an image works or not, just look at it upside down, if it still looks interesting in terms of forms and tones you may have something.

    “The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    If youwant to see if an image works or not, just look at it upside down, if it still looks interesting in terms of forms and tones you may have something.
    That's one of the reasons why I use view cameras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blansky View Post
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    I'm sure this will be controversial but sometimes 10 minutes and you can remake an image to what you want. Personally I like the rocks. They add dimension by creating a foreground, a middle ground and a background.. A great picture, but I dislike the stripes and I think it looks better in black and white.

    I've already deleted this from my files. Please feel free to do with it as you wish.
    I agree with blansky. This is one typical case of a subject working better in black & white then in colour. Colours in this picture are very vivid and contrasty, they get attention, but in fact they are "not" the subject, the story being told, so they end up being a distraction. The black & white image takes the distraction away and lets the subject shine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    That's one of the reasons why I use view cameras.
    Even the left/right mirroring on a TLR is very instructive in seeing a composition take shape outside the context of the subject matter.
    Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by blansky View Post
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    I'm sure this will be controversial but sometimes 10 minutes and you can remake an image to what you want. Personally I like the rocks. They add dimension by creating a foreground, a middle ground and a background.. A great picture, but I dislike the stripes and I think it looks better in black and white.
    That's really interesting---it had never occurred to me to try that. I'm not at all sure which version I like better (and I'm so used to the color version that it's hard to judge). Thanks!

    I've already deleted this from my files. Please feel free to do with it as you wish.
    As far as I'm concerned you didn't need to delete it. I woulda said something if I wanted to restrict what was done with an image I posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    That's one of the reasons why I use view cameras.
    Also possible with 35mm.

    “The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    Also possible with 35mm.
    At the camera?
    Mark Barendt, Beaverton, OR

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    I love the view camera's upside down image viewing. It took some getting used to, but now I prefer it. I also find it easy to compose in square format, though, so I'm odd.
    No idea what's going to happen next, but I'm hoping it involves being wrist deep in chemicals come the weekend.

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    I have always loved composing square pictures...much preferred over 35mm. I have never tried 4x5.

    I never get my hopes up when shooting---I will never be a talented photographer, it's just something I like doing. But in general, the more time I spend composing, or just observing, the more confident I am the shot will come out. Therefore, I have a much, much higher success rate with MF than I do firing off my Nikon N80.

    I scan everything I shoot these days. It helps me figure out where shots went right/wrong, and gives me a better idea how to prevent failures the next time around.

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