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I just want to stare at the image. It's captivating, likely because I like that sort of short-light. And the tones are so ... familiar. (A successful image even though it doesn't have the "correct" amount of unlimited dynamic range, it could have used more lines/mm for zooming in for no reason, and some of the skin tones exhibit a less than immaculate 'roll off' when zoomed in to an obscene percentage. And I enjoyed the ability to reminisce the days when my image-plates, too, had notches hacked carefully into them, telling me which camera body a specific chrome or neg came from.)
Your post from 2012 is one the posts I've saved because I like the pictures so much. Good to see it posted again so newer readers can see it.Jay
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Kirk, thank-you for reposting these. It is great to revisit the one from 2012. May I wissh you and your a Happy New Year - and may the lessons of your theatre vissit go deep! Blessings, R
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