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Posted By: Rense, 09-03-2010, 01:54 AM

Shot with the Pentax 6x7 MLU. Cross posted, but I thought I'd share this one here as well....


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09-03-2010, 02:15 AM   #2
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That's pretty neat, definitely surreal. I love the different colors on the trees as well. I have a suggestion though, I would crop out that little bit of plant on the bottom right, it's a bit distracting!
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Another surreal photo well executed and presented Rense. Thanks for sharing.
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Great photo Rense, I really like it. Great shades for a B&W film shot (what I mean is that IMO this subject is well suited to film).

cheers,

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QuoteOriginally posted by jct us101 Quote
That's pretty neat, definitely surreal. I love the different colors on the trees as well. I have a suggestion though, I would crop out that little bit of plant on the bottom right, it's a bit distracting!
Thank you! Yes, that oof part of that plant bothers me too....

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Another surreal photo well executed and presented Rense. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks a lot!

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Great photo Rense, I really like it. Great shades for a B&W film shot (what I mean is that IMO this subject is well suited to film).

cheers,
Thank you!
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This is a version with the plant in the lower right corner cloned out. And I adjusted levels a bit...

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Truly wonderful...

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The second edit is very good. I know this is really an image of zebras crossing their legs- admit it!

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Beautiful capture. Perfect in B&W.
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Beautiful texture and shapes here, Rense. I love the depth, the dark distance and highlighted trunks, and the B&W conversion is very successful. The second version is more appealing to me because the contrast isn't as strong, and because you did a terrific job cloning out the blurred leaves in the lower right.
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