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Old Feb 12, 2005, 6:02 PM   #1
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I will show three shots that I previously posted before they are processed. Then I will post the same three shots in their after process form. My reasons for doing this is that I was asked to do so. So, here they are.

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hey smac...i loved all your shots and all your PP work. The colors are all made more vivid and the contrast is better after PP. Its almost like the BEFORE pictures are taken on a smoggy day and the AFTER pictures are taken after a nice shower thathas cleared up everything.

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Awwwww, look at the grouse. (Old arcane Curly-ism from the three stooges...) The first capture is a stand out. The more I fool with this stuff the more I realize 1/2 of the job is in post.
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Thanks again smac for the PP tips and then posting these. The before photos aren't bad at all but a definite improvement with thePP you used.
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jer1ivp wrote:
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Thanks again smac for the PP tips and then posting these.* The before photos aren't bad at all but a definite improvement with the*PP you used.
My pleasure, and thanks for looking,

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