48 Hour Post Processing Challenge #611 - Closed - results pending - Winners announced!

Fred S

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Attempt # 1

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E Hartu

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Entry 1
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Lightroom - move the sliders and hope for the best :-D
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todd phillips

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LilSebastian #1 - creative unexpected crop bringing great emphasis to the wood with plenty of context remaining in the background
LilSebastian #2 - just overall well pleasing processing on all marks

betamax #1 - well balanced and impressive detail out of the wood
betamax #1 - at first overwhelmed by detail then it settled in nicely

mack - bold saturation punch!

rpatodia#1 - balanced and nice
rpatodia#2 - nice too

BosseBe - both entries nice. color my pick from the two

Zeus1#1- interesting filtered look. crop and framing works well
Zeus1#2 - like the crop and framing but the blur a bit distracting

RichardC - appreciate the unique crop with #1. #2 dialed in nicely with unique color tweaks. not sure about the frame though, tbh :)

relic #1 - nice natural looking take
relic #2 - balanced bw for contrast and detail

WhidbeyLVR #1 - overall nice and impressive with each aspect of the treatment
WhidbeyLVR #2 - appropriately Sedonafied :)

jmkubler - welcome! nice crop and processing overall with both versions. the detail in the trees a bit strong for me.

Fred S - nice saturated look but the sky has a washed look that distracts a bit for me

Robert Davidson - something appealing about the way the natural colors and details come across that makes me feel like this is how I saw it. I am such a sharpening freak a lot of the time and it seems you're doing something different than what I normally do with sharpening here (or maybe just less of it, I don't know) that I find refreshing... Don't know how to technically describe it..

E Hartu - interesting crop, as with LilSebastian#1, not one I would have thought of and is refreshing as such.

chap - welcome! tasteful bw treatment and with the ipad! has a kind of 'fine art' impact

Brodhall - welcome! unique crop with balanced/tasteful slidings

Not easy since many could be winners and I get tempted to change my mind with each pass through the entries, so just tried to weigh heavily based on strength of initial impact...

3rd Place = @chap
2nd Place = @LilSebastian
Winner = @Robert Davidson
 
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Thanks Todd, unexpected win for me with so many great entries! (I did no sharpening at all).
I will have to hand over the job of running the next comp to the runner-up LilSebastian though as I don't have access to all my photos. I have just put my desktop in for repair this morning after Lightning damaged the ethernet connection and am now using my laptop. Thanks!
 

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