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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Herman, Apr 28, 2010.
Thanks ! Woderful shots like wow !
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Hey Grum your image does not show up here.
Ray, thanks for posting, great shot !
Strange, it shows up for me. Anyone else see it?
It's come back thru the magic of the internet
One of my favourite subjects - especially with the Grainy B&W filter :smile:
thanks for sharing everyone, I'm really liking everyone's composition (an area I'm working on)
I really like how Boyzo's image has kind of an eerie feel/atmosphere/look to it which gives it character IMO :smile:
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A newbie question: how do you get the details in the shadow without overexposing?
I suggest, if I may, that you post this question as a new thread on the Image Works forum where you'll be able to get much more discussion going - and it will be a very worthwhile thread, too.
These "genre" threads tend to be places devoted more to photos than discussion other than comments.
Great topic, Herman. Attempt to capture lucid spring green in b/w :
One newer one
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