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Great nwoehnl 2008-08-14 4:35

Hi Robi, nice dandyesque expression and pose captured in the guard. The simple/basic framing is an apt choice. I wonder what the focal length of this shot is ("stolen" with the tele, or stepping up quite close) - there is no indication in the EXIF or about the lens you used. Good work with the contrasty duotone version in the WS, too. Hope all is well.

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Old 08-14-2008, 12:21 PM
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Default To nwoehnl: focal length

Hi Norbert,
always good to hear from you, man!
This one I dug up the other day from my archive I've almost forgotten about somewhere on the shelf. It was taken with my compact Minolta (that passed away after 2 years of being used and for which I got a full refund from Sony, due to a factory recall)!
The reason I didn't include focal length info is simple - after having worked on the photo in PS, the EXIF data for focal length got 'scrambled' and I thought many people won't know how to calculate the FL from the given value. The original RAW file shows 33.6mm, so you can see I wasn't THAT much far from the guard.
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