Post Processing Challenge #660 - Closed - Winner Announced

Zapp DJR

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Maybe we could use in this case the system from Monthly contest reactions / points, and nominate the Winner.
(And no excuses accepted 🙃 )
 
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oh my gosh! I am so so sorry! Lame excuse I know, but have had a rather emotional six weeks or so, then went back to work and had a very complex, heavy case load (I am a nurse), and just kept drifting off to sleep when I sat down, and would be checking the forum.

My most sincere apologies in letting you all down.
 

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oh my gosh! I am so so sorry! Lame excuse I know, but have had a rather emotional six weeks or so, then went back to work and had a very complex, heavy case load (I am a nurse), and just kept drifting off to sleep when I sat down, and would be checking the forum.

My most sincere apologies in letting you all down.
I am prepared to wait for your judging so if you have time please give us your verdict.
 
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I am prepared to wait for your judging so if you have time please give us your verdict.

I've been looking at the edits with as critical eye as I can ... will wait and see if there is a consensus that I would still decide, before posting my choices.

Thank you all - very good images, which make judging so difficult.
 
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Not and entry, but only to show that I learned something new from this Challenge. I tried to emulate what @RichardC did by compressing the foreground and I think it worked. Thank you, Richard!

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Not and entry, but only to show that I learned something new from this Challenge. I tried to emulate what @RichardC did by compressing the foreground and I think it worked. Thank you, Richard!

Rule of thirds. If it doesn't fit, make it fit :)

Also very handy (along with content aware scale) for sorting out off-centre portraits.
 

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Too late and out of challenge, but just saying hello again.

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Thanks all for the edits. I was surprised by the number and black and white edits, and how much I enjoyed them. Looked back and I hadn't done even one, which surprised me, although i did take a lot of photos that day ....

I'm sorry I'm not that good at critiquing, so haven't provided a lot of detail ....

3rd @frankmulder for his black and white entry, I like the way the layers in the hills have come up especially

2nd @Rob Rider at first I couldn't work out why I liked this , then realised the tilt shift effect focussed the eyes on the groyne, fisherman and fisrt layers in the hills

1st @BosseBe - I really enjoyed the dramatic look of this, as it ended up being rather a dramatic day later weather wise with a storm to drive home in.

again apologies for the lateness, and thanks for your patience everyone.
 
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