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    The modern, the classic

    It's been a while I haven't been outside shooting so I console myself by processing some old shoots.

    The modern, the classic

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    Re: The modern, the classic

    Very nicely done! Awesome composition!

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    Re: The modern, the classic

    Yes an excellent balance between old and new.

    Reminds me of a cartoon which showed a tourist standing on top of an ancient Greek temple and saying, 'Look, you can see your hotel from here'!

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    Re: The modern, the classic

    Nice shot, Mitos. Between technology's advancements and our individual progress in post-processing, it really behooves us to be a lot less quick in discarding some of our images-hard to predict what might become salvageable later.

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    Re: The modern, the classic

    Daniel, Geoff, Kevin thanks for commenting. I am glad you liked it.

    It's true I didn't notice this image till last Sunday while browsing some "forgotten shots" and I can confirm my current PP skills opens new possibilities to get the most our of an image.

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