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Well just had to post a couple of more I just completed
Posted By: Jimbo, 07-13-2008, 06:59 PM

Three more that I just finished working on. Will wait for Gary's comment on the Rocky Blues's!! Hope you enjoy... Cheers JIMBO

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Holy Moly!

I don't even know where to start, AWESOME stuff. The flowers are out of this world, how did you light them?
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very beautiful colors jimbo!
how do you make the background on the last pic black?

and that rocky blues looks like something that you hang on your wall =]
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Great shots.....all of them! I really like the last one though. Wonderful color and composition there.

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how do you make the background on the last pic black
Ok, I will first show a picture from where I started.. I use both Lightroom and Elements 6 to do my post work.... The trick is to when to stop... I know that because I have gone too far many times... Thanks for the comments. JIMBO

PS... Attached is as shot..

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Man, I think I like the orginal too.. Will have toplay with it a bit more. Cheers JIMBO
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Rocky Blues a stunner

That commercial grade my friend commercial


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Three more that I just finished working on. Will wait for Gary's comment on the Rocky Blues's!! Hope you enjoy... Cheers JIMBO
Jimbo, there's a rock about 200 feet down from the summit of the middle peak that is a different colour and I'm finding it very distracting when looking at the shot. Now you could clone it out but personally I think a better option would be to hike up there and bury it or something. This would save future photographers in the area from spoiling their photographs so you would also be doing a great service for photography.

Apart from that, I think they're great Jimbo, I'm starting to look forward to your posts.
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Beautiful shots, love that Rocky Blues one especially.
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Great work, Jimbo. All so very different and all so appealing. Racketed is totally unique but the PP work on the flowers is awsome.
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The first one is perfect, IMO. Not much left to say.
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Yeah I really like Rocky Blues and the other 2 are excellent as well. Intense colours with all 3. Great work
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Jimbo, there's a rock about 200 feet down from the summit of the middle peak that is a different colour and I'm finding it very distracting when looking at the shot. Now you could clone it out but personally I think a better option would be to hike up there and bury it or something. This would save future photographers in the area from spoiling their photographs so you would also be doing a great service for photography.
Coming from a "almost Canadain" means a lot Gary. The next time I am back in Salt Lake I will take a hike up there and remove the damn rock! Good eyes bud! Cheers and thank you for your kind words... just loving this new hobby! Cheers and take care. JIMBO
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