La Louvre, etc (3 shots from 3 years ago)

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  1. myopia

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    Shot on Tmax400 @ 1600
     
  2. YoungPic

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    i love them, to me they are amazing and you should feel very happy about them.
     
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    I love that third one!! I just love how b&w film shoots. I'm guessing you shot at 1600 for artistic reasons, of course.. The grain really works!
     
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    Thanks for the comments.
     
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    I am in love with #1. I have never been to the Louvre, but I have always wanted to, and now I want to go even more. This shot is so beautiful. Great shot!
     
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    Number 2 draws my eye the most.. it has a nice symmetry to it. Good Job :)
     
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    Really like #3. The grain works very very well here
     

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