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Re: Matt's Project 52: A Year in B&W

Post by davechinn » Tue Dec 05, 2017 3:52 pm

A fine series/project you have going Matt !!! I love most you have posted with only a couple that doesn't interest me, but excellent work on most of them. Your granddaughter is a fine capture, love it. I'll also mention all on the first two pages are excellent as well. Practice makes near perfect and you are well on your way. I would attempt to do something of this nature, but I may find I don't have the required dedication for completion.
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Post by Matt Quinn » Wed Dec 06, 2017 3:07 am

davechinn wrote:A fine series/project you have going Matt !!! I love most you have posted with only a couple that doesn't interest me, but excellent work on most of them. Your granddaughter is a fine capture, love it. I'll also mention all on the first two pages are excellent as well. Practice makes near perfect and you are well on your way. I would attempt to do something of this nature, but I may find I don't have the required dedication for completion.
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Thanks, Dave. High praise and welcome encouragement. I appreciate your looking and taking the time to comment. Matt
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Post by Matt Quinn » Wed Dec 06, 2017 3:11 am

minniev wrote:
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#52-16

Morning mist on walking path. Matt

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Nice one Matt. The path begs to be followed. The mist makes it mysterious and magnetic.

Thank you, Minnie. There was a row of homes on the left so I couldn't show much of the path heading that way. A left-hand road, I guess. Matt
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Post by Matt Quinn » Wed Dec 06, 2017 6:46 pm

minniev wrote:
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Matt's Project 52

#52-16

Morning mist on walking path. Matt

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Nice one Matt. The path begs to be followed. The mist makes it mysterious and magnetic.


Matt's Project 52

#52-17

Mini moon

I took this photo the night before the super moon, just in case the super would be cloaked with clouds. Matt

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Post by Matt Quinn » Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:25 am

Matt Quinn wrote:
minniev wrote:
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Matt's Project 52

#52-16

Morning mist on walking path. Matt

Morning mist on walking path (1 of 1).jpg


Nice one Matt. The path begs to be followed. The mist makes it mysterious and magnetic.


Matt's Project 52

#52-17

Mini moon

I took this photo the night before the super moon, just in case the super would be cloaked with clouds. Matt

mini moon 2 (1 of 1).jpg[/quote

Matt's Project 52

#52-18

Bringing in the family Christmas tree. At Pine Valley Christmas Tree Farm, in Sykesville, MD, where we got our tree today. The slowly falling snow made it magical. Matt
Bringing in the family Christmas Tree (1 of 1).jpg
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Post by Psjunkie » Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:29 am

52-18 is one of the best shots I think I have seen you post Matt...just fabulous..

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Post by Matt Quinn » Sun Dec 10, 2017 3:28 am

Psjunkie wrote:52-18 is one of the best shots I think I have seen you post Matt...just fabulous..


Thank you Frank. Learning a lot on pM. And from you. Thanks. Matt
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Post by LindaShorey » Sun Dec 10, 2017 1:26 pm

#17 shows how much impact a tiny moon can have in a scene, and #18 is genius! The foreground bokeh of falling snow, the interesting elements near, middle and far; the contrasts of dark and light - very, very special work. Will you print very large and hang in your "winter" home?!
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Post by Matt Quinn » Mon Dec 11, 2017 2:09 am

LindaShorey wrote:#17 shows how much impact a tiny moon can have in a scene, and #18 is genius! The foreground bokeh of falling snow, the interesting elements near, middle and far; the contrasts of dark and light - very, very special work. Will you print very large and hang in your "winter" home?!


Thank you Linda. Always good to hear your reaction. I guess I should print it or at least include it in a book. My sons will not want my LR files. Matt
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Post by St3v3M » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:32 am

Matt Quinn wrote:#52-18

Bringing in the family Christmas tree. At Pine Valley Christmas Tree Farm, in Sykesville, MD, where we got our tree today. The slowly falling snow made it magical. MattBringing in the family Christmas Tree (1 of 1).jpg

Wow, this is beautiful! From the gradient sky to the bleak but beautiful scene. I really love this one! A project well invested! S-
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