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Goodge Street Open Space

polypal

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It looks like Louis is totally under the unfluence of the SWC.
Nice shot with lots of "couleur locale".

Sorry for the French, could not find a better phrase to express my opinion

Paul
 

biglouis

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Thanks, Odile and Paul.

I am definitely getting a lot of enjoyment out of the SWC. The challenge is to match the field of view to the subject. In this case I did crop down partly to see how much detail I could extract from the neg.

LouisB
 

cs_foto

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nice shot! brings back good memories, cold london! i crossed that same view many many times :D

out of interest, how much did you crop? looking at the straight vertical lines and the semi-flat perspective seems like you cropped quite a lot, maybe to around an 80mm view equivalent?
 

biglouis

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Thanks for the comment. My maths make it about 40% of the original scan (which was 7060x7060!) using the 7x6 crop overlay in LR3.

While calculating the crop % I decided I much preferred the original, unprocessed scan, which has only been resized to fit the requirements of the forum.

You can see the (almost) complete lack of distortion which is a wonderful feature of this lens/camera.

LouisB

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