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I think it's my first post to this forum, hello all, and thanks for any advice/comments in advance.I apologize for the link, but the image I would like to have you comment on has a frame/matting action applied that doesn't hold up well at 800 pix. I mostly shoot macro/flowers and such, but just purchased a Sigma 10-20mm and want to do some landscape work. Really just learning to work this wide, so any advice welcome.The frame/matting is an action I just developed in an attempt to simulate the sort of classic Museum blk/on white look. Not sure I achieved it, but any advice on that welcome as well.The pic details:D200Sigma 10-20mm (@14mm)1/25s @ f/22Picture Project conversion to BWCustom Pshop Sepia CurveLittle bit of diffuse glow filterhttp://www.nikonians-images.com/galleries/showphoto.php?photo=46462&size=big&password=&sort=1&cat=500Thanks,TimMy Nikonians GalleryTimMy Nikonians Gallery
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Tim,Great photo, wonderful composition. The sepia is not overdone, and I like that.Regards,
Thank you David!TimMy Nikonians Gallery
Tim,The diffuse glow works really well in that shot. I'm not usually a fan of that look, but it fits right in. Great job! I definitely like the frame, and don't forget the macros, you have some very nice ones in there!
Jason in VirginiaFlickr
Thanks Jason!I don't use that filter much, but something about this image just begged for it. I hoped it wasn't overdone.TimMy Nikonians Gallery