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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Thanks Ari, it was a fun project.

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    Paris, last July (10” Vitax on an 8x10 Kodak Master Camera).

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    Normandy, last July (10 Vitax on an 8x10 Kodak Master Camera).

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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Wonderful Cameron!
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Thank you, Randy. I’m not fully satisfied with either portrait, but I had fun making them.

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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Sure, but the setup AND the shot are very helpful to us all

    Yesterday I was about to ask how many shoot at any other position than standing

    Obviously you can kneel

    I have to use a tiny camping folding seat as I don't like standing or kneeling

    I wonder if the woman across the street was imaged without her knowledge. She may have had no idea what you were doing

    Not a criticism, but an observation

    That's a very good idea for 'street imaging'

    I try not to use the word 'shooting'...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    I shoot laying down, and I would hang if I could.

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    I learned prone long ago

    My concern is word scanners run by...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

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    Paris, last July (10” Vitax on an 8x10 Kodak Master Camera).

    Cameron Cornell
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    very nice! I especially like how you got your subject at the very edge of your in-focus area, so as soon as one looks past her it all falls off.

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