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Re: The lure of the uncomplicated camera

Originally Posted by drmarkf View Post
For me, if I'm working a subject, I find it's usually the first one or two, or the last one or two. I suppose those represent either the first vision that struck and attracted me, or else the one that came to me after a while studying the subject.

One of our senior club members (Davis Steel, who shoots Olympus exclusively these days) emphasises the value of working the subject, and I must say I think he's right.
I suggest you dust off your old film gear and enter the world of photographic brain training. But jokes aside, I picked up a copy of Magnum Contact Sheets and clearly the 'togs of the day (some still alive) would expose the best part of a roll if the subject was worthy.

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