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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Children in Ventimiglia
From: henningw at (Henning Wulff)
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 17:38:39 -0700
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Thanks for your comments, Marty.

The first part of your comments relate to what someone (don't have it 
with me right now) said:

'The harder I work, the luckier I get'. That's certainly part of it, 
or the photographic corollary of 'the more I've worked on my 

At 9:57 AM +0930 5/13/09, Marty Deveney wrote:
>Henning wrote:
>>As with most shots that are not posed, luck played as much a part 
>>as anything.
>One thing I've noticed is that the more I shoot, the more familiar I
>am with my equipment and the more comfortable I feel in general while
>photographing, the more 'good luck' I get.  The shot is fantastic and
>- to me - this shows a maturity of vision and technique in 42 year old
>work.  That alone is extremely impressive.
>I look forward very much to seeing more from your archive and I hope
>when I go through my 'early' work in a couple or few decades time, it
>looks this good.


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