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Post Options Post Options   Quote addy landzaat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 January 2022 at 20:40
2ft, that is about 60cm, that is quite tall for a table top statue.
You say "turbo" do you mean a turbo adapter? Is that the reason the picture is softish? Or is it your artistic choice?

V. de Milo is nice!
With Strange bedfellows I wonder what the subject is as both feel soft. But I like the light on Venus.

Anyway, enjoyed them. TFS.
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Ja the APS-C turbo adapter, first version Zhongyi which is cheap/inexpensive and it shows, which is why I like it!    yeah it gets mushier the farther from the center, so two subjects on the side of the frame will never be sharp.

Very tall for a tabletop statue, that's why the David got broken TFL.
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Tombstone carvings at the Met Cloisters.
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