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In my (limited) experience, we photographers are our worst editors. When selecting our entries for competitions, challenges, etc., so often our 'best' pics get edited out.

 

Here is a chance to show your current edits from the currently 'being judged' Barnack Challenge, theme of Tones, Tones, Tones.

Following are two of my edits.

 

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Silent Tones out - take, 3G Canon 1,2 Cinestill 800 converted in SE pro (guitar is Fender GA45 SCE)

 

Edited by robert_parker

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Leica IIIb, Industar-22 5cm f3.5 LTM lens, Kodak T-Max 400

I'd play this if we didn't live with neighbours in such close proximity. I bought an EWI5000 to play with headphones, but it is so different from the real thing. The tones are fun though.

 

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