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zeButcher   Fredericksburg, US  Registered since 14th Dec 2005 Tue 28-Feb-06 02:08 PM
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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:

D200
Sigma 10-20mm (@14mm)
1/25s @ f/22
Picture Project conversion to BW
Custom Pshop Sepia Curve
Little bit of diffuse glow filter

http://www.nikonians-images.com/galleries/showphoto.php?photo=46462&size=big&password=&sort=1&cat=500

Thanks,

Tim
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Tim
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Tim Lucente
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MstrBones Silver Member  AW  Nikonian since 06th Dec 2005 Tue 28-Feb-06 04:44 PM
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Tim,

Great photo, wonderful composition. The sepia is not overdone, and I like that.

Regards,

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zeButcher   Fredericksburg, US  Registered since 14th Dec 2005 Tue 28-Feb-06 08:27 PM
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Thank you David!

Tim
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Tim Lucente
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jasoninak   Dale City, US  Registered since 24th Jan 2006 Tue 28-Feb-06 10:16 PM
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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 Virginia
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zeButcher   Fredericksburg, US  Registered since 14th Dec 2005 Wed 01-Mar-06 04:24 AM
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Thanks Jason!

I don't use that filter much, but something about this image just begged for it. I hoped it wasn't overdone.

Tim
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Tim Lucente
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