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 Leica IIIg w/5cm f2.8 Elmar
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Canon T90 w/ 28-70mm f3.5/4.5 SD Tokina




























Mt. Calvary Cemetary Mt. Angel, OR. 7:00am 3/01/03
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1959 Leica IIIG w/ 5cm f2.8 Elmar on Ilford XP-2 C-41 B&W

Portland, OR. near Saturday Market noon 3/01/03
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1959 Leica IIIg w/ 5cm f2.8 Elmar on Ilford XP-2 C-41 B&W

Drummers at Waterfront Park Portland, OR. 3/01/03
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Canon T90 w/ 28-70mm f2.8 SD Tokina on Fujifilm Superia 100






Mt. Calvary Cemetary Mt. Angel, OR. 7:00am 3/01/03
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1986 Canon T90 w/28-70mm f3.5/4.5 SD Tokina on Fujifilm Superia 100

Portland, OR. near Saturday Market Noon 3/01/03
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1986 Canon T90 w/28-70mm f3.5/4.5 SD Tokina on Fujifilm Superia 100

The Girls Waterfront Park Portland, OR. 3/01/03
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Canon T90 w/28-70mm f3.5/4.5 SD Tokina on Fujifilm Superia 100

These photos were all scanned at 300 dpi from 4X6 mini lab photos and quickly resized to fit the page no dust removal or other digital work was done. They would all benifit from me having a better understanding of how to get the best quality out of my photo's when placed on the web. But I can only devote so much time to this project, so this will have to do.
 
 I hope you can see the ART in the photo's is very much the same which was my intention. Just because the technology changes the Art really stays the same. And can be made equally well with either technology. The Leica with it's 1930's mechanical watch like function. Or the cutting edge of mid 1980's computer control.
 
Mark W.
 
Of course Digital is still eveil I'm pretty sure!