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Clapham Falls re edit


I posted this before, its a rescan using a better scanner and software.

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Re: Clapham Falls re edit


Reminds me of one of those 'Lilliput Lane' sculptures Martin emoticon . Nice motion in the water.

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Re: Clapham Falls re edit


Thanks Keith, I get great please in viewing this as it was so hard to get into a position with a triod and I got the shot emoticon

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Re: Clapham Falls re edit


Superb. Nothing to add.
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Re: Clapham Falls re edit


Yes i agree with the comments, very pleasing image and edit,
What is new about the scanner and software?
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Re: Clapham Falls re edit


I was using the Epson software that came with the v700 scanner plus a cheaper version of silverfast, not been happy with both I tried the demo version of silverfast 8, its amazing, a massive quality difference especially my 4x5 negatives, comes at a cost but good things at never cheap,
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