London by Night (B&W series)

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  1. myopia

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  2. LaFoto

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    Nice series, still a bit on the dark side, but really nice. Sometimes the support you had to find for your camera influences your composition a bit (Photo 7, which I like best apart from that one aspect), or makes the photo tilted (Photo 2), but unless you want the photo to be like that, you could always rectify it later - even if these are scanned prints.
     
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    these were all taken with a terrible 4mp digi cam that i borrowed from a friend.
     
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    Ah ... maybe a bit of "NeatImage" would help get rid of the noise then?
    And upon looking again I begin to find that the best exposed is Photo 6.
    But then that could have been taken at any time of the day (or night).
     
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    yeah maybe, never used it. these were taken with basically a toy camera so i dont think it's even worth editing
     
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    Nice series. Number 8 has one of my offices in it!
     
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    Nice series. #6 really grabs me...very cool shot.
     
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    I really like number 6 for some reason. Nice series, I miss London a lot.
     
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    Very Nice Photos.
     
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    thanks. i had 4 rolls of pan-f that were ruined. devestating
     
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    I like #2. I think the tilt makes for a nice effect.
     
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    The sixth one looks really great to me. Such sharpness even in a rainy day.
     

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