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    Brad Cole and Roman Loranc


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    Thanks for posting fred, enjoyed both web sites.
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    I saw both of their work at Photography West a few months ago. I was totoally blown away by Roman's work. It amazing how he can take a shot of a neighborhood park in Modesto, CA (rural community) and turn it in to art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmac
    I saw both of their work at Photography West a few months ago. I was totoally blown away by Roman's work. It amazing how he can take a shot of a neighborhood park in Modesto, CA (rural community) and turn it in to art.
    Indeed, Brian and Mike.
    On both websites, I think, we can find photography with "vision".

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    The photographs of Roman Loranc have a unique beautiful tone, which seems to come across even on the monitor. The description says he uses a "split" sepia and selenium toning technique. Anyone know exactly how this is accomplished?

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