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Old May 9, 2007, 2:18 PM   #1
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Hello , I took my little girl on a horse riding lesson recentlyand as i waited for her i gazed upon the pictured scene!, i loved the contours and contrast of the "dead" and live greenery!, i had envisaged the pic in B&W so i treated it as such including some P&P. I am not very good at landscapes, ( sports being my bag) so any C&C, help, would be welcome. Kind Regards Graham.
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Old May 9, 2007, 5:19 PM   #2
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i like that shot..............can see scope to develope it more, i like the way the three trees are layed out, dead....mid life.........and fully grown......just luck they fall that way.

id push the shot more and try get some dark out of it and blur stuff beyond the 3 trees to make them stand out, but i got plenty o time to do that on my days off :-p

id have a go but im off up to the lakes with a few mate thursday or friday for some long wlaks n hopefully !000 or so pics

Keep posting its nice to see local pics besides mine

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Old May 9, 2007, 5:28 PM   #3
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Hi, Graham! That's a beautiful landscape you captured I also appreciate your B&W conversion!

Nevertheless, I thinka little bit more dimensionvia Curves at PS. would be fine.Hope you don't mind : )
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Nice scene, good edit..........................musket
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Old May 10, 2007, 1:02 PM   #5
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Thanks for the comments Gary, Sorry i havn't been in touch lately, i'venot been onmsn much of late! (still having conflicts , so havn't bothered).please feel free to add your expertese anytime:-)Kind regards Graham.
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bahadir wrote:
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Hi, Graham! That's a beautiful landscape you captured I also appreciate your B&W conversion!

Nevertheless, I thinka little bit more dimensionvia Curves at PS. would be fine.Hope you don't mind : )
Thank you for taking time to help me out Bahadir, i can see the improvements immediately :-). Kind regards Graham

Thank you for the comments Musket. Kind regards Graham
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Old May 10, 2007, 1:23 PM   #7
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I think it is a good shot. I like the adjust one better.
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i also like the shot, and i was just about to say about how the three trees tell a tale of development, but Reanimator go there first.

Bahadir has worked a bit of magic on it.


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Nice picture their Bluesmanand Nice edit from Bahadir.
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