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  1. #15531
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    Since you said such nice things here's another.

    Realistically this is the shot I most hoped to get and I have done so to my satisfaction. I controversially left it a bit flat, I know it's been suggested before I should hit things harder with curves adjust.
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  2. #15532
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    A variation on the previous photo in post
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  3. #15533
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    Seems like I've inherited my own thread to post in. Anyone else got an image to share ?
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  4. #15534
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    Sorry - despite being a Nikon User I have not found this thread as interactive/friendly as others
    So I don't usually bother with this one
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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  5. #15535
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Seems like I've inherited my own thread to post in. Anyone else got an image to share ?
    Here's one to keep the thread alive.
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  6. #15536
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    Rich great portrait shot. Wonderful choice for B&W.

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    Chalk and cheese isn't it if it's just the two of us posting images, mine are all snapshoty and here you are being all artistic. Very nice image Rich.
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  8. #15538
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Chalk and cheese isn't it if it's just the two of us posting images, mine are all snapshoty and here you are being all artistic. Very nice image Rich.
    Not at all, DPR! I for one have been appreciating your photos. Just wish I had more to contribute.

    @RichNY: Superb portrait. Reminds me very much of shots from NY in the 1960's era (perhaps it's the Pierre Cardin-like coat collar).

    @Geoff Chandler: Sorry you feel that way. I know one or two of us (mentioning no names, ahem) can be a bit crotchety at times, but I think basically we're a decent bunch. Maybe not very effusive, but decent.
    Nikon D7000 and a bunch of Nikon stuff oh, and some Canon p&s's too

  9. #15539
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    Been awhile since I did any post-processing at all. So heres my post for the year

    Critique most definitely desired...

  10. #15540
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    DiamondSCattle,

    I like the frosted berries, but I am not sure that the square crop works with the lines. I find those upper most berries a bit distracting from the crisp colors and details of the subject in the lower right. If I scroll my screen so that the two berries on the top right are just out of view I find the image much more powerful.

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