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Old 01-10-2020, 12:02 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by TedG View Post
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By today's standards, yeah, I suppose it's too tight. By 1985 standards, not so much, I think. Who could afford to waste Kodachrome on a bunch of superfluous stuff? Particularly on a "roster" shot of a museum piece on static display. (Different story, of course, if were talking about an operating train out on the mainline, where some space at the edges is important, I think.) And here all along I was quite happy with the in-camera tight crop as part of my Kodachrome conservation efforts. I guess that "fill the frame" motto wasn't the best idea I've ever had.
Thoughts?
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Unfortunately, even if you have some more Kodachrome to give, you will eat it up when you do the leveling needed to get it accepted.
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