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    Re: Jesus at 100

    I wonder how many people would take the time these days, not only to set up and take the picture, but to make arrangements with a son or daughter in the first place. It's a wonderful testament to your humanity, Jim.

    Now, how're you printing it for him?

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    Re: Jesus at 100

    Super shot. It tells a great story. Imagine what his eyes have seen over the last 100 years...

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    Re: Jesus at 100

    Jim,

    The more I look at your pictures here and on your webpage, the more I think I need to start collecting old cameras and lenses. Another fabulous shot. Thanks for sharing (both the picture and the story!)
    Chris May
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    Re: Jesus at 100

    beautiful jim
    it is always great to see your portraits

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    Re: Jesus at 100

    Wow, that`s a really beautful portrait Jim!
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    Re: Jesus at 100

    touching!

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    Re: Jesus at 100

    That's a fantastic shot and a touching story. I've always believed in compassion through photography and this speaks volumes towards that.

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    Re: Jesus at 100

    Very nice work!

    At first I was put off by the shallow depth of field, but now find it interesting. It demonstrates well the difference between how our eyes see and how our brains actually record what our eyes see. Neat!

    Your photo is close to what our eye would see if we covered one eye and stood about a foot away from his face. It is an extremely "photographic" image, as opposed to a photo that more closely approximates how our brains would register this person's face.

    Congrats on a fine image!

    Vaughn

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    Re: Jesus at 100

    You've done it again Jim. You're setting the standards that I'm aiming for. Fantastic.
    Best wishes,
    Pete.

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    Re: Jesus at 100

    Happy birthday, Jesus.

    Nice work, and story, Jim.

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