Small church

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  1. Maxx640

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    Nikon F3 T-MAX

    Small Austrian church

    Any feedback is welcome!
     
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    Good Framing (although I would have cropped above the fence line) and subject, but a bit soft for my taste.


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    Is this a true black and white or a convertion.? It looks a hair green on my monitor.? I love the composition, excellent use of the rule of thirds.
     
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    Thanks both of you! This is a true B&W, Kodak T-max film used. The print looks a little greeny to me (I develloped it in T-max dev but I had the enlarging bit done in a shop) and when I scanned it I left it like it was. I didn't use desaturation.

    I left in the river bank because I find it gives a horizontal effect to the picture and if you look closely you can notice people walking along it.

    I like the PS version actually, it looks closer to the print (I scan the photo, not the neg)! Thanks Fstopmiami!
     

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