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    Just love these. This black white high contrast style (that you do so well) certainly appeals to me
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    Cool stuff - you might want to try putting those images side by side (but they need to be the same size of course)...it might work.
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    Now, that is some idea!

    if i got it right...





    its a different focal length and different distance, but it came out just fine...
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    It's an interesting combination to my eye.
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    I like them together but I can't decide which is better. In the first I like how the woman's eye-line heads towards the man, but I prefer the look of cradling that the higher railings give being on the edges of the frame rather than down the center.

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    Ay... Similar dilemma bothered me, so i putted both here...
    I guess best would be to get 2 models on standby, so, when next fog settles in, to redo this... hehe
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    Both are super cool and the side by sides are really nice as well. I like the one with the woman looking back over her shoulder the most though.
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