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June 20th, 2013 - 11:49 AM
Those of us who have used 35mm cameras for years tend to think of prints as "paper". Stick them in a frame, mount them to foam core, etc. Since I've jumped into the digital pool I've begun to think of images in terms of the end product; frame or not, metal print, prints in pieces, etc. When I saw the end result of this HDR image I knew it would look great on metal. I'm told it does. The colors pop. I'm glad I've learned to think outside the proverbial print box.
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