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    Anybody else smell what I'm stepping in?
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    I wonder if someone could remove that bottom image? I didn't know it would remain after I did an edit to the post. Sorry.
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    I like the comp here and cool vintage camera.
    For me I think the processing would benefit from more of a sepia tone versus this 'pinkish' tone....just me tho - still works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    I like the comp here and cool vintage camera.
    For me I think the processing would benefit from more of a sepia tone versus this 'pinkish' tone....just me tho - still works.
    Thanks, Marko. I did look at it in sepia, but it detracted from what I was trying to communicate. This is a double exposure with the first shot being a brick laying on its side to give the same profile as the camera that was used for the second shot. The message being that the venerable C3 is lovingly refered to by many as "The Brick".
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