Gloomy Bear (Taken with a Zenit B) Critique?

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    Let me know what you think please. How's the composition, etc... Thanks.

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    I wonder why the EXIF info says it was a D90 with a 35mm lens. Weeeeird. Anyone know why?
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    Probably because it was taken with a D90 and 35mm at f2.8 1/30th? I dunno. :(
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    Did you read the thread title and get the impression that the OP had a propensity to lie to people?
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    My scanner is not hooked up. I took a picture of a picture.
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    Aha, So you had two shutter releases? One from the film camera, and one from the D90? Well that would mean that it has two opportunities to create exposure issues. And from what I can tell, the photo is underexposed. Whether it was from the D90 or the Zenit, I don't know. Hell, it could even just be a snowball effect.

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