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    pinhole forest

    9/19/2015 Father Hennepin State Park
    4x5 ancient Agfa Pan 400 metered at iso 200
    75 mm, .300 mm, f250
    15 minutes or so
    APH 09 1:50
    scanned from the negative
    levels, curve in PS

    FatherHennepin008.jpg
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    "a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast and bulbous, got me?"
    -Don Van Vliet

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    another try at the same image

    I am having trouble with seeing the same thing in a browser on f295 as I see in Photoshop. Which is better?

    FatherHennepin8again.jpg
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    "a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast and bulbous, got me?"
    -Don Van Vliet

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    I like the second one, it's brighter and easier for me to see. I can feel the stillness of the forest with this photo.
    Sam H.

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    Gosh Earl,not to be argumentative but I like #1.Looks like more meat to allow printing as you'd like. Which one comes close to what the Forest looked like when the shot was made? Either way good use of antique film I'd say...
    Don

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