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Posted By: Marc Langille, 12-12-2008, 08:43 PM

Added some grain, vignetting, and a little motion blur to give the image a better feel...


Link to EXIF: SmugMug Photo Sharing. Your photos look better here.

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Wow! Nice capture and PP. Looks right out of a time machine...
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I really like the PP work on this one Marc.. Nicely done,,, again! JIMBO
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great shot, Marc.

what's with the little doll the gentleman kneeling on the left is holding?

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very nice indeed!
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Great work Marc! I can really enjoy these!

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nice shots...


Try to add some effects with NIK Plugins

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Nice shot Marc. I like the PP on that one.
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Authentic right down to the cutains in the windows - excellent pp and wonderful shot.
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Marc, there are some truly incredible faces in that group. That guy kneeling on the left with the doll and the fellow right above him by the flag are particularly good, but there are so many others. Distress that shot with some stains and scratches and it would pass as a period photo. Well done!
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This is an incredible good authentic image Marc, thanks for showing us.
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Great shot Marc and really good PP. Except it is probably the best fed looking group in the whole Confederate army!!! It is amazing how prosperity and modern living shows up in the er....smoothness of our bodies!

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I love the treatment on this one Marc. Did you get a shot from where the photographer who they were looking at was?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jimbo Quote
I really like the PP work on this one Marc.. Nicely done,,, again! JIMBO

Thanks Jimbo! Not a lot of PP'ing, but the right side was almost blown out, so I cropped the house a bit and added the vignetting... seems to have worked out!

QuoteOriginally posted by maxwell1295 Quote
Wow! Nice capture and PP. Looks right out of a time machine...
Thanks Alan... just have to slim a couple of them down, and it's definitely on the right track!

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great shot, Marc.

what's with the little doll the gentleman kneeling on the left is holding?
Thank you Timbo! I am not sure about the doll... I have the contact address for one of the guys and I will let you know...
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very nice indeed!
Thank you!

QuoteOriginally posted by fillerupmac Quote
Great work Marc! I can really enjoy these!

Al
I appreciate the kind words, and more to come...

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nice shots...


Try to add some effects with NIK Plugins
Fragla good sir! How are you? I'll keep that in mind, but I need a clarification on the last post you did the PP'ing on... will post there.
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