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DrPaul1 Silver Member Nikonian since 31st Jul 2013Sun 29-Sep-13 05:59 PM
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"More 830nm B&W"
Sun 29-Sep-13 06:03 PM by DrPaul1

Hallandale, US
          

I was interested in capturing the ripples in the water. The tree was a little different for me. Thanks for looking.

Paul





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Cavy2 Silver Member Awarded for her continuing willingness to keep on learning and to share her knowledge with others in the Nikonians spirit Nikonian since 02nd Aug 2006Tue 01-Oct-13 12:13 PM
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Hi Paul,
The detail is captivating, especially in the water!


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pixures Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Feb 2009Tue 01-Oct-13 03:40 PM
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Paul,

I hope you don't mind a couple of thoughts on my part.

I like the tree a lot, although I think the rail (fence) detracts from the setting.

I think you captured the ripples nicely. It may be the display on my notebook - but I wonder if you need to bring up the darks/shadows in the fore and mid ground a bit while still leaving some vignette around the borders. And, if you are using SW that can easily erase or clone, perhaps remove the vertical markers in the water just to the left of center. This might help reduce the viewer's eye from being drawn away from the ripples.

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DrPaul1 Silver Member Nikonian since 31st Jul 2013Tue 01-Oct-13 09:44 PM
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Hallandale, US
          

Kathy-Thank you very much for your comments.

Bill-I like your ideas so I redid the image both in B&W and false color. No problem cloning out the markers and curves to slightly increase the shadows. I like them both-tell me what you think.

Thanks
Paul





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