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Re: Falls


It is indeed subjective Martin but one of the advantages of LF is the ability to crop without losing too much quality. Too many years ago to remember a wise old photog told me to let the picture determine the format, not the film/paper format and imho he was right, we tend to get get too uptight about not wasting neg/paper area but hey-ho it's a whole new world now. emoticon

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Eye lad it is , as we say upt north emoticon

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I don't agree with Keith, I think the slight loss of focus or blur in the foreground retains the dynamic of the moving water.
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