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  1. #17091
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    Well, it's definitely green. What does it look like in color?
    Here it is in color
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  2. #17092
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    Both versions have merits. Thanks.
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  3. #17093
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    Wow! You must have been really close on that shot Falcon. A one-in-a-hundred type shot.
    Last edited by D70FAN; 06-18-2013 at 06:04 PM.
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  4. #17094
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    Thanks Dread. A very nice Boston Chicken. Hear they are delicious.
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  5. #17095
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    Yep, about 3-4 ft. It's a crop of another pic with her and her brother in a wagon.
    Here is the original shot. Note that I did clone out a couple of distracting highlights in the cropped image and straighten out the left lean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jr_rodriguez View Post
    Just a flower from the backyard
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    just a flower ? lol
    hardly. that is a stunning shot and clever choice of treatment.

    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    a bloody ripper mate. personally, I would have preferred it without the camera though. oh...and if you shoot mono, use the Fuji ffs !!! lol

    and yes, I still use my d800 ! lol
    as much as I love the Fuji and now the Olympus, nothing is quite the same as what the 85/d800e produces.



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  8. #17098
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    just a flower ? lol
    hardly. that is a stunning shot and clever choice of treatment.
    Thanks Rooz!

  9. #17099
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    Rich, looks like here (Le Fog). Very nice shot.

    Rooz, Likewise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    Yep, about 3-4 ft. It's a crop of another pic with her and her brother in a wagon.
    Here is the original shot. Note that I did clone out a couple of distracting highlights in the cropped image and straighten out the left lean.
    Yet again, it shows how 24MP and lack of the AA filter can enhance the possibilities. One of these days...
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