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Bronnie



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Registered: September 2009
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Date: Wed, 23, December, 2009 Views: 3837
Filesize: 27.9kb, 107.9kb Dimensions: 640 x 443
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Keywords: Ektacolor Printing
Film developer & temp:: Boots processing Fuji ISO 1600
Paper:: Endura
Paper developer & temp:: 92 F Ektacolor

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StanW

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Registered: June 2009
Location: Invercargill, New Zealand
Posts: 581
Wed, 23, December, 2009 8:41pm

It's a change to see a colour print here. The subject is interesting, but I could wish for a little more at the base.

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B&W Neil

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Registered: October 2008
Location: West Cornwall
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Mon, 8, February, 2010 9:25am

Nice soft colours here that suit the subject. I do wonder if there is a slight overall colour hue affecting the definition of the image but it is difficult to judge this from a monitor.


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MickS

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Registered: February 2010
Location: March
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Wed, 24, February, 2010 1:30pm

Watcha,
needs levelling, cropping right and left and along that horizontal ledge, I'm with Stan that it needs more at the base, and with Neil for those lovely, soft colours, I'm not worried about the definition, I think the subject could have taken a soft focus filter, or a slight smear of Vaseline across a UV filter.
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