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While I understand your points. I have a feeling that as a "real print" (as opposed to screen rez .jpg) it would work past your tonality issues. For me the skin tone "almost" fading into the wall actually works to advantage. As far as the "clutter" - this too adds to the documentary nature and feeling of the image - for me. Obviously - all very subjective. Regards, George Lottermoser email@example.com http://www.imagist.com http://www.imagist.com/blog Picture A Week - www.imagist.com/paw_07 On Jan 5, 2008, at 2:17 PM, Brian Reid wrote: > I find it to be muddy and diffuse. The subject matter is indeed > compelling, but the photograph just doesn't grab me. The patient's > skin tones are almost the same color as the wall behind him, and > the clutter distracts me.