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Ramsey Kunkel , June 15, 2006; 09:51 P.M.
Nice contrast and texture. I like the center framing of the model
Jonathan Charles , June 16, 2006; 08:05 A.M.
Ah - the good old days!
You have definitely achieved the authentic 60s look, except that in the specific case of "Playmate" they used large format cameras and so no grain and incredible sharpness. Maybe it would be truer with a small "p"...
Best wishes, Jonathan
Hank Hanson , July 16, 2006; 06:16 P.M.
I'm looking at at a 1968 Playboy and I see lots of grain and no "incredible sharpness"
I think you nailed it!
Jonathan Charles , July 16, 2006; 09:45 P.M.
Well congrats to Hank for doing the research - the large format stuff must have come later!
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