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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by John the Greek, Jun 6, 2005.

  1. John the Greek

    John the Greek TPF Noob!

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    These are all scans so there's a significant drop in sharpness and overall quality... anyway here are few photos I selected from a roll I took while spending time in PA visiting family.


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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh. Loaded in echo.cx.

    No wonder I am not seeing anything.
    For some - totally unknown - reason, I don't get to see pictures hosted there on my computer. Funny, eh?

    No. A pity. :(
     
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    LaFoto ... that maybe a firewall set up ....
     
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    Not deliberately. Not on my side. The normal protection things, but nothing special up here... and it's always the photos stored in echo.cx...

    Do you see them all right, Lensmeister?
    Do you all see them, only I can't? Weird.
     
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    Yeah I can see them LaFoto, though it's typically Photobucket images I can't see :p What luck, right?

    Great saturation, John, especially with the color of the car against that house. The second one is nothing new to me, I see scenes like that all over here in PA! The third one is a pretty nice too, but I think the center of focus is a little off. It seems like it should be on the end of the spout but it's more so on the rim.

    Overall, a great selection of photos. Hope you didn't mind the partial critique. What kind of film did you use to acheive the saturation or did you use photoshop?
     
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    very good.geia sou :smileys: :wav:
     
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    I'm digging the last one.
     
  8. John the Greek

    John the Greek TPF Noob!

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    I agree about the focus in the last one actually.
    Anyway, I used ISO 100 to achieve the saturation.
     

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