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Mud for Face-packs anyone?


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wider crop---can't decide which I prefer



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Re: Mud for Face-packs anyone?


I prefer the wider crop although the difference is minimal.

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Re: Mud for Face-packs anyone?


quote:

Clactonian wrote:

I prefer the wider crop although the difference is minimal.



it is a small difference but I think I prefer the wider version too myself looking at this later again

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Very nice, I love the reflected light and the mood.
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Yea I also like the light and texture, well done Simon making the mundane look interesting

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thank you both gents

Glad I actually took my tripod with me for a change! (30 sec exposures)

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