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June 30, 2007

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Lawrence Ripsher

Great post. Coincidentally, I chanced upon the same thread when it was just starting up a few days ago. Started seeing the usual bi-polar comments of people either loving or tearing down the guy's work and sighed at the usual pack mentality of the latter. So was v interesting to come back to read the photographer's comments. It's kinda ironic in the end that he has to defend himself for not using "too much" photoshop as it's really irrelevant (as far as I'm concerned) how he got those images. The point is that they're top notch and beyond 99% of the people who were commenting (with or without PS).

Craig Persel

Great images ... and ... a lot of blowhard opinions. Glad the photographer set the record straight. :-)

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