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Hey Brooks, a wonderful observation. I am having the same problem and agree with your conclusion. It also makes me smile to think that not that many years ago, when I posted some digital negative work online, somebody wrote to me and with many numbers, and figures, and much conviction told me that a digital image would never be as sharp and well resolved as one from film.

Scott Jones

Reminds me of my reaction to seeing Ansel Adams prints now. They just don't look sharp when compared to today's techniques. Change just keeps on comin'...........


And one is always one's worst critic...

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