Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/11/25

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Subject: [Leica] IMGS - Below the National Gallery - Corrected URL
From: len-1 at (Leonard Taupier)
Date: Sun Nov 25 06:42:31 2007
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Hi Bob,

I like the full frame better then the original post. It tells the  
whole story. It also keeps the children as the center of attention.


On Nov 24, 2007, at 8:58 PM, Robert D. Baron wrote:

> Oops.
> Here is the correct URL for the full frame image:
> Geoff, thanks for your comments.  I have learned a tremendous  
> amount over the years on the LUG and I always try to give something  
> back in return.
> Of course it would be easier if I would (a) type in the correct url  
> of the example I am showing, and (b) proofread my emails before I  
> send them.
> ;-)
> --Bob
> (Earlier this evening I wrote:
>> You are right:  I was standing near the unfolding scene with a  
>> 28mm lens on my M8.  I didn't feel comfortable barging over to get  
>> a close up.  It would have destroyed the dynamic (and perhaps my  
>> reputation if the adult got concerned and called for help).  Even  
>> wide open, with the 28mm I could not throw the background  
>> adequately out of focus.  My back was hurting and I didn't crouch  
>> down as I should have. I tried various crops but there is too much  
>> distraction in the scene.
>> Here, btw, is the full frame before cropping:)
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