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Gallery Door

Postby Psjunkie » Mon Aug 07, 2017 11:59 pm

Have been busy and feel bad about not commenting lately, some may be happy about that...to make me feel good that I'm tying to contribute I am posting this and wondering if it holds any interest to anyone other than me..will continue to be busy a while longer...
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Re: Gallery Door

Postby minniev » Tue Aug 08, 2017 12:59 pm

We hope you'll get un-busy enough to rejoin us soon Frank, we miss you. No one has quite the eagle eye you have for spotting details we need to pay more attention to.

Yeah, I like this, it's quirky and off balance and has a nice urban reflection. I'd probably beat it half to death in post though, with texture and/or old camera emulators like Analog Efex. I think you can get more out of it when you have time to play.
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Re: Gallery Door

Postby Charles Haacker » Tue Aug 08, 2017 2:35 pm

minniev wrote:[...] Yeah, I like this, it's quirky and off balance and has a nice urban reflection. [...]

Me too. :)
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Re: Gallery Door

Postby St3v3M » Wed Aug 09, 2017 3:49 am

I like how it makes me feel off balance but still holds my attention. I might push the processing a little more too but I love it as-is! S-
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Re: Gallery Door

Postby PietFrancke » Wed Aug 09, 2017 3:54 pm

quirky is the right word, in the best of ways. - same shot with someone walking in the reflection - preferably a long legged confident woman!

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Re: Gallery Door

Postby Psjunkie » Wed Aug 09, 2017 10:29 pm

minniev wrote:We hope you'll get un-busy enough to rejoin us soon Frank, we miss you. No one has quite the eagle eye you have for spotting details we need to pay more attention to.

Yeah, I like this, it's quirky and off balance and has a nice urban reflection. I'd probably beat it half to death in post though, with texture and/or old camera emulators like Analog Efex. I think you can get more out of it when you have time to play.
Thanks for comment minniev...why don't you play for me..

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minniev wrote:[...] Yeah, I like this, it's quirky and off balance and has a nice urban reflection. [...]

Me too. :)
Thnka yo Chuck..

St3v3M wrote:I like how it makes me feel off balance but still holds my attention. I might push the processing a little more too but I love it as-is! S-
Thank you Steve, feel free to strut your stuff...

PietFrancke wrote:quirky is the right word, in the best of ways. - same shot with someone walking in the reflection - preferably a long legged confident woman!
Thanks Piet....street was sorta quiet at the time..

Thank you all again and hopefully I'll be bit more regular in a week or so........
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