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Love the in-your-face detail of the engine that monopolizes the frame. This works well. The processing is very nice, with rich blacks and varying tonalities, looks like it may print up very well.
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minniev wrote:Love the in-your-face detail of the engine that monopolizes the frame. This works well. The processing is very nice, with rich blacks and varying tonalities, looks like it may print up very well.


Thank you. Yes, in fact that is the processed version for print.
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This is my favorite of the series so far with the most emotional impact.

It's been a fun series and I appreciate you posting them here! S-
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St3v3M wrote:This is my favorite of the series so far with the most emotional impact.

It's been a fun series and I appreciate you posting them here! S-



thank you
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