Just for fun...

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  1. Efergoh

    Efergoh TPF Noob!

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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    funny enough I thought of a similar shot yesterday ... but yours is probably better than mine would have come out so I am not sure I will still do it ;)

    I like the idea and most of the composition, but on the upper half it appears a bit cluttered .. but that is certainly a question of taste. Maybe a bit less could have been more here.
     
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    Efergoh TPF Noob!

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    It is actually part of a project I'm working on...

    I'm shooting the same scenes with medium, large, and digital format for side by side comparisons....

    I set this one up and shot it first with an 8x10 camera (which turned out great!) I developed the film, but have not printed it yet. I'll post it tomorrow after I print it.

    This was the full scene:

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    I tried shooting this with the digital as a vertical, but I kept getting part of the wall or part of the blankets on the bed upon which it was set, so I turned the camera and shot it landscape. I don't like the composition, so I zoomed in and what I got is what you saw in the first post.

    The medium turned out okay. I'm not sure if I like the square format all that much... I have two 6x6 camera, but don't shoot them very often anymore. I need to get my paws on a 6x7 camera. I used an RZ67 that belongs to the school last semester, and loved it.
     

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