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  • #2233

    Anonymous

    This is not my  photograph and is from another member on my 3D forum.  It is 3d anaglyph so when viewed   with 3d specs there is a loss of colour. Most competent 3d workers view in side by side parallel or cross view  whereby there is no loss of colour. I post this as an example of the model quality (in my opinion) that we should expect at portrait evenings. With the demise of large format film in favour of digital -it seems portraits have come worst off . I did suggest we engage models from Chester Modelling School -for which I would pay for–but as expected there was no response–am I suprised. As stated the photograph is not mine.

    #2236

    ex-member
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    Nice

    #2260

    Pete Robinson
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    It’s a nice portrait Ken, but I think you’ve shown us betteer 3D images. For some reason I can’t put my finger on it doesnt work as well as the others.

    #2261

    Anonymous

    My point is ( in my opinion) the model is the calibre I think is whats needed for portrait evenings.

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