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| p.1 #7 · Random 4x5 shots of my wife |
This has nothing to do with you as the shooter, Doug, but I'm really intrigued by the enthusiasm for these shots -- which, to me, are limited by the camera/lens/film, and have nothing to do with the shooter/exposure/composition -- which are really good.
But I look at this and I think: Man, this is grainy. There are all sorts of dust specks, and the DOF of the first shot, due to the camera/lens, is so thin, it just doesn't work for me. The sharpness isn't the sharpness I would expect from today's cameras/lenses.
I am old school, I was brought up on developing film, but I just never would want to go back. I appreciate your enthusiasm, but for me this is purely nostalgia. Granted, art (like beauty) is in the eye of the beholder. Just my thoughts, not a critique of the shots.