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dbedford 10 6 England
27 Dec 2009 3:34PM
Nice image. like the spot focus. David

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This is an awesome photo. Shows the true meaning of Winter. A Winter Wonderland for sure.
picturistic 8 7 7 Wales
27 Dec 2009 3:37PM
Lovely social winter shot Paul

27 Dec 2009 3:39PM
Excellent shot

Paul Morgan 17 19.1k 6 England
27 Dec 2009 3:50PM
Cheers thanks all, a bit different to some of the low light stormy weather pics that I still need to process or have developed.
imagio 11 12 1 England
27 Dec 2009 4:07PM
Works so well Paul

Cor 9 Belgium
27 Dec 2009 4:40PM
Perfect wintershot-Perfect mood.
Paintman Plus
11 1.2k 177 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2009 5:24PM
A lovely photo of winter.

User_Removed 12 7 8 Netherlands
28 Dec 2009 8:45AM
great work Paul. The placement of the man there is very good and I like your quite subtle use of the LB, the charms of which are usually waisted on me (but Ollie, Nev and you know how to handle it). I am waiting for my negs from the snowy days we had over here as well, can't wait.
Paul Morgan 17 19.1k 6 England
28 Dec 2009 2:06PM
Thanks Henri, have a second shot very similar to this, will put it up some time soon.

The only problem with film, all that waiting. I either use a local lab who always seem to damage the negs or I send the film off and that can take a week or two.

I`m just toying at the thoughts of going back to processing my own films.
User_Removed 12 7 8 Netherlands
28 Dec 2009 6:35PM
I do develop sometimes but I always seem to get too much dust (tells you something about our household...) and have a good service that takes 3 to 7 days, which is very acceptable nowadays. Actually, I don't mind the waiting: judging the negs with a 90mm lens on a lightframe, scanning the film, finding out whether what I visualized really came through -- it takes me ages but I love that whole process.
Paul Morgan 17 19.1k 6 England
28 Dec 2009 8:58PM
Got to admit I very much enjoyed the recent processes involved, since I had the time Smile

I tend to just preview the negs on the scanner, a very slow process Smile
Eviscera 12 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2010 12:09AM
Paul Morgan 17 19.1k 6 England
11 Jan 2010 7:58PM
Cheers thanks.

This one made news paper print this week and well pleased, my first ever lensbaby shot in a paper.

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