Grandpa's house

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  1. nealjpage

    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    Built in about 1870, has been moved several times, and left to languish in a grove of trees across the road from the main house.

    Any suggestions on these? Which is better?

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    How's the contrast? Shot on Efke KB400, processed in Diafine, and scanned with my scanner.
     
  2. bemmermazda

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    I like the first one more, but i wish it was a bit sharper.
     
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    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    i like #1 more, the blacks seem blacker and IMO the snow being grayer does not hurt
     
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    I really like #1 better because its darker. Great picture. Were was the picture taken at.
     
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    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    Near Northfield, Minnesota.

    Thanks for the comment. :)
     
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    For what's it's worth, I like the first one. Being darker, it seems more dramatic, especially the house. In the second, I find myself focusing more on the tree (which isn't as interesting).
     

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