Short and sweet!
I hope my previous posts didn't sound rude, I was just trying to be concise.
I may be wrong, but it seems to me that in Fine Art photography, the most important factor is tonality. Tonality is to a photograph, what flavor is to food.
Last edited by Ken Lee; 15-Oct-2011 at 07:05.
Old store on Riverside Drive near Morristown, Tennessee. Ebony SV57U with a 125mm Fujinon CM-W. I had forgotten to bring the 110mm SS XL, and the little Fuji did quite well as the camera had 3/4" rise or so.
Call or e-mail when you're coming down this way and we'll meet up and at least have lunch. That said, my life is pretty busy until the middle of November.
The store was printed as palladium/platinum and looks better than the jpeg. I traded my 12x20 F&S back to the fellow I bought it from for a 7x17 Canham, and am looking forward to making some pd/pt prints with it.
Last edited by Steve Hamley; 18-Oct-2011 at 19:20. Reason: typ[o