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1 Someone's got to be the first to post... on Wed Jan 28, 2009 1:34 pm



Canon 40D in Raw. Levels and sharpening applied in Photoshop Elements.

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2 Re: Someone's got to be the first to post... on Wed Jan 28, 2009 2:00 pm

Hi Leybourne,
i think this image is very imaginative and i think it is quite effective the way you shot it on a slant + Very Sharp. Not to shaore about the shadows in the shot but 8/10.

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3 Re: Someone's got to be the first to post... on Thu Jan 29, 2009 4:44 pm

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I would say, when you took this you must have been bored and felt a right prawn, board/pawn, getit? Oh, whatever.
I agree with Sam, nice angle, and beautifully clear and sharp. I would just trim the top and bottom a little, but that's all. I would also say that you could exaggerate the angle to make it look intentional rather than that you were on the sherry. Get down low as well, really give it the feel of The Prisoner. And please don't say that it was before your time!
I might be tempted to fiddle around with the pieces until I got them where I wanted, fill in the gaps etc (It is allowed to fix your shot)
Oh, and onemore thing, you have the dreaded mark in the blue of the sky suggesting a bit of muck on the sensor. Easy solved with a trip to Jessops... Sensor cleaning is not for the feint hearted though. See me after class for more info. lol!


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4 Re: Someone's got to be the first to post... on Wed Feb 04, 2009 4:20 pm

I've just bought an 'arctic butterfly'to deal with my mucky sensor. Haven't used it yet though



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