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Old Jun 2, 2012, 5:40 PM   #1
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Old Jun 3, 2012, 1:28 AM   #2
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Perfect and balanced exposure and composition Jim! I like it
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Appreciate the input Alex.

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Very nice it came out great. What settings did you use and whats the technique
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Ohhhh, I like!

Really nice, JJ!
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Very nice it came out great. What settings did you use and whats the technique
Thanks. Nothing special just a shot converted into B&W. The hardest part is finding a subject that works.

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Ohhhh, I like!

Really nice, JJ!
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I like it too. But I'm also curious to see it in color.
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Good job, JJ. You're right, you need to have an open mind and an artistic eye for getting such shots.
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i've always love b/w photography. maybe it's the nostalgic/old-timey feel. also with people shots i think "flaws" are less noticeable.

i like your shot. looks great!
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I like it too. But I'm also curious to see it in color.
Thanks Saly, I will try and post a color version.

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Good job, JJ. You're right, you need to have an open mind and an artistic eye for getting such shots.
Much more important than the camera Raghu.

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i've always love b/w photography. maybe it's the nostalgic/old-timey feel. also with people shots i think "flaws" are less noticeable.

i like your shot. looks great!
Thanks Mary, appreciate the feedback.

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