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Technically, this is sharp and well exposed. However, it's slightly tilted: I'm going to upload a mod rotated 1.5 degrees anticlockwise.
I thnk that there may be rather more than an HDR effect going on here. I suspect that this is a combination of two or three pictures: the man and the shed, and the train and platform. The latter are, unless I'm much mistaken, real, and so this is a sort of Gulliver's Rail Travels shot.
V3 works best, as the exposure is closer to being right, I think. It's always a difficult choice when there's a wide exposure range in shot, and sometimes even the best modern exposure system messes it up.
Actually, the halo along the horizon may not be a problem: while overshaprpening has made outline artefacts generally undesirable, it can be good to emphasise a border with just this sort of look. Soemthing that often happened in the darkroom, really emphasising the sky/land border. In this case, I see it as a positive, as it doesn't surround any other detail.
This is a lovely piece of work...
It's a lovely portrait, and for my money, the mono version is best. A real flavour of the very best portraits from when FP3 ruled the film world, and that is a fine achievement!
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