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Three reflections
Posted By: Jimbo, 11-25-2008, 10:17 PM

I was asked to post more then one shot so I wanteds a option on these three taken at the same time all processed slightly differently. Hope you enjoy. JIMBO

PS: I will post links to the one B&W as there is a fiherman in the right corner that's tough to pick up on the compressed files. JIMBO

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11-26-2008, 04:19 AM   #2
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The last one is actually my favorite. Great contrast and best mood rendered out of the image.
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I find the last one the most pleasing to the eye...that gets my vote, Jimbo.
Second place to the 1st image
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Could be the weather outside my door (cold and frosty) But I really like the feel of #2.

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I second that, they are all very nice. But No. 2 really tugs me in.
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The last one is actually my favorite. Great contrast and best mood rendered out of the image.
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Apppreciate the comments James. The last one was shot with my Pentax 12-24 and the other two using the Sigma 70-200. Cheere Mate .JIMBO

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I find the last one the most pleasing to the eye...that gets my vote, Jimbo.
Second place to the 1st image
Thanks Daz... I was leaning towards the last one too. I screwed up a bit. There were three guys fishing. I should have included them in the shot. JIMBO

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Could be the weather outside my door (cold and frosty) But I really like the feel of #2.
Appreciate the feedbac vievetrickk. The second one is done using a filter called Selenium Tone in Lightroom where the last one is a straight B&W. JIMBO

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I second that, they are all very nice. But No. 2 really tugs me in.
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Thanks Rudi... Well, that's two for #2 and two for #3... Interestng. Thanks guys. JIMBO
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Nice series Jimbo! My heart beats to #3, but they are all gooood.
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I like #3 best also, it's the most dramatic.

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Nice series Jimbo! My heart beats to #3, but they are all gooood.
Thanks Kurt.. I am going to continue to work on #3.. JIMBO

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like #3 best also, it's the most dramatic.
Thanks Gary. I am starting to really like the Pentax 12-24... Cheers. JIMBO

PS: I received Marc's picture. WOW... its way better then the picture he posted here. JIMBO
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The Fisherman

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Ok, one more from these series. If you look at the larger version you will see a guy fishing on the bottom right in the photo... Again this was shot using my Pentax 12-24 with a crop... JIMBO

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Apppreciate the comments James. The last one was shot with my Pentax 12-24 and the other two using the Sigma 70-200. Cheere Mate .JIMBO
I see. I find ultra wide landscape is hard to do especially to create an atmosphere. You did this well and utilise a wide perspective wit that zoom!
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see. I find ultra wide landscape is hard to do especially to create an atmosphere. You did this well and utilise a wide perspective wit that zoom!
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