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Mar9a  Old Waterin' Hole 

1/40", f/8, ISO100  

Besides a little contrast tweaking via levels and curves and a little dodge/burn before the conversion, I did remove 2 power lines that ran from the upper right across the frame into the trees.  It irks me that I almost can't get away for any landscapes w/o having signage, poles, power lines, etc somewhere in the scene.  Ahhh, the joy of PPing software for their removal when desired.
Mar9a Old Waterin' Hole

1/40", f/8, ISO100

Besides a little contrast tweaking via levels and curves and a little dodge/burn before the conversion, I did remove 2 power lines that ran from the upper right across the frame into the trees. It irks me that I almost can't get away for any landscapes w/o having signage, poles, power lines, etc somewhere in the scene. Ahhh, the joy of PPing software for their removal when desired.
Picture Added 03-09-11 12:19 PM
Added by jheu02

EXIF Information
File Size251.60 Kb
File Date2011-03-09 01:19 PM
Camera MakePENTAX
Camera ModelPENTAX K20D
Date Taken2011-03-09 11:14 AM
Resolution800 x 533 pixels
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length50.0mm (35mm equivalent: 75mm)
Exposure Time 1/40s (0.025)
ISO Equivalent100
White BalanceManual
Metering ModeCenter weight
ExposureManual
Exposure ModeManual
Focus RangeDistant

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  1. pdophoto
    I know, it is easier to do on the computer than in the darkroom dodging 2 or 3 times before getting an approximately good result.
    Very good picture, no electrical lines, poles or whatever.
    Good compo.
    Pierre
  2. reeftool
    I find PP a much easier and safer way than the chainsaw method. This came out nice.
  3. blackcloudbrew
    I know what you mean about power lines and other man made stuff. I've gone the other way and try to embrace them at times to provide a contrast between 'nature' and 'man.' Sometimes it works. However, this scene is better without such stuff. Very nice work.



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