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- Thu Jul 19, 2018 2:33 pm
- Forum: Things Critique
- Topic: Camera Club Exercise, The Camera You Have With You
- Replies: 2
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The other evening I went to my camera club meeting having missed the notice that we were supposed to bring a camera (to a camera club meeting? Who knew?). They meet in a church and wanted to visit the church garden for some pitchers. I didn't have not no camera, so they asked if I had my phone-that-...
- Thu Jul 12, 2018 5:24 pm
- Forum: Flowers & Plants Critique
- Topic: Echinacea with Grass Flower Spikes, Natural Light, HDR
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These were juuuust starting to fade so I grabbed the camera. This is a spot on the dining table that has windows with translucent blinds on two sides, to camera right and directly opposite. I've used it before because I like the way the background willusually go completely white without my having to...
You know I ain't much for critique. I think it is a lovely, lively portrait, and yeah, maybe desaturate the yellow to match the blouse at that point. I really cannot see anything past her captivating eyes so I pretty much stay there. I didn't even notice the yellow thingy 'til somebody mentioned it....
Just plain hilarious. I am still laughing. He may not be thinking about anything but it's the fact that all us primates look so much alike that we invariably anthropomorphize them. I wish we did know what they are thinking if they think beyond sheer necessities. The eyes in the resting face look so ...
- Tue Jul 10, 2018 3:22 pm
- Forum: Image Processing
- Topic: Retouching Before There Was Photoshop (Two Links)
- Replies: 3
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The things we used to have to do... I was never anywhere near your level, Chuck, but this stuff interests me because I actually learned darkroom work long before I learned to use a camera (like a half century). I grew up in a newspaper family and we had the only darkroom in town, so I learned to wo...