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Tom, in gray scales i can see and distinguish all of them. Other colors are also fine except blues. Darkest blues are indistinguisable.It's certainly better with the cat on that side, but it's still quite dark. For example, if printed in large quantities for a newspaper advertisement the cat probably still would not be seen. The problem is that we can't tell if that degree of darkness is your intention, or u are seeing something considerably brighter on your screen, and that is how u want us to see it.
So, the question is, how many sections could u clearly distinguish on the 20 step gray wedge?
The cat however, looks to be distorted. It's leaning in an unnatural manner (white line shows angle of lean).
I feel like the cat would be more perpendicular to the track.
Also, I realize that the telephone poles can lean on their own in nature, and this may be the case in this photo, but that one pole is somewhat distracting....for me anyways.
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