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First A3+ prints
Old 04-01-2005   #1
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First A3+ prints

Hi, just got my first pack of Epson Matt A3+, rattled off a couple of prints - wow! No more doubts about this camera

Attached is one of the shots, done on a Nokton 40mm at f4, ISO 800. Detail is great all over.

One happy chappie!
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Nice shot. But the horizantel lines of the photo make me dizzy. The sidewalk seems to be slopping down to the right but the church lines are slopping down to the left. I do not know which way to orient my head. I like the composition and the framing of the priest.
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