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Subject: [Leica] Aaron's PAW 10: The Great Outdoors
From: philippe.orlent at (Philippe Orlent)
Date: Sat Mar 11 06:18:22 2006
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It think it is mainly the imperfection of the images that your  
pinhole cameras produce that makes them so charming to look at.
Something we are losing with digital, which is sometimes so perfect  
that it becomes unhuman.

I first thought that the M6 sheeps were strangely cropped, but in  
fact I like it as it is. Beautiful sharpness to it, too.

Thanks for showing,

Op 11-mrt-06, om 15:07 heeft Aaron Sandler het volgende geschreven:

> Hi Folks,
> Spring is in the air, as evidenced by so many wonderful postings by  
> Don, Sonny, Ric, etc...I've been spending as much time as possible  
> outside, walking around with the kiddo.  Occasionally he even lets  
> me take a photo.
> This week I'm showing two photos I took recently in such  
> circumstances...the first is a couple second exposure of bamboo  
> swaying in the wind using one of my pinhole matchbox cameras.  The  
> second...well, I don't really know what to say about it...For some  
> reason I like it..probably more than it deserves.  At least it's an  
> M6 shot, so it's on-topic.  :)
> Comments always welcome,
> Aaron
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