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Old Sep 15, 2006, 9:18 AM   #1
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working shift as its benifits and today was one.........lovely day so went out to shoot a few pics and managed to get a few good ones including these two, wasnt sure which to post, landscape or portrait so here they both are

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Old Sep 15, 2006, 12:58 PM   #2
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Those are really nice: "lush" is the word that springs to mind. I much prefer the first one BTW.

Incidently it took an absolute age for these to download, and yes, I'm on 8MB broadband! Could it be your host that's the bottleneck?

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Old Sep 15, 2006, 2:03 PM   #3
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mmm could me my host john as there only small really..........wonder if they are having probs..........its certainly not the size.

glad u like them........nearly put in title "for john" as i know u love water shots.

will try b&w see what its like but am not a huge fan of it myself

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Very Nice!

Could you tell me whatyou were using as a filter? Thank you!
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Old Sep 16, 2006, 3:30 AM   #5
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After all, I don't think it is your host: my connection ground to a halt after I posted that :O Like you say they're only small in size too!

Good luck on the b&w, never quite got that yet sussed myself,

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Old Sep 16, 2006, 3:50 AM   #6
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John i read ur first post wrong........i though u said id like the first in b&w....u actualy said i like the first btw !! DOH

anywhere here is b&w converted with power retouch as its more tweakable than just a straight black n white convert

msoe-chris only filter i had on was a neutral density one that lets u get a longer exposure in the daylight,a slight level change in post processing but nothing else


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Old Sep 16, 2006, 5:34 AM   #7
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posted one in digital art section too........an out of frame style one

link is here http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=55
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Gary I think that works pretty well in b&w, but your out-of-frame image is really stunning! Very effective, well done

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Old Sep 16, 2006, 12:12 PM   #9
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i just dont get black n white.......it dont do it for me, when i look at the colour pic and then black n white i much prefer the colour, was just sat here thinking why do old pics look good in black n white, and am guessing its because u accept it as it is, you have no colour one to compare it to.

it was just a rough edit on the out of frame one, but its quite effective, ill prob sit down and do it again with full size image, that was just done of the one posted allready and size was small so couldnt work too detailed on it

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Both are great bounties for a day off!The horizontal view (first one) especially displaying the width of the silky flowing brook which is narrowing towards the vanishing point, all embraced by the green. Its raised version in the digital art section is also great
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