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Duck and Cover!
by Wildfire9Comment by one2one:
Also, you can't clone out lens flare in basic editing. You seem to not want to follow the rules, maybe a re-read of the rules will set you straight. Complaining about them is a no no too. Good luck with your future entries.
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by Wildfire9Comment by Wildfire9:
I should let anyone who see's this know, this had no window or dirt associated with it. Some condensation. I got this effect with a really fast shutter and the built in flash on my D200. I as also literally spinning, it created the neat motion-y affect.
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by Wildfire9Comment by sfalice: Greetings from the Critique Club
Oh, man! What a grand old warhorse you found here. Great shot and excellent processing.
Yeah, a bit of nit-picking in that it would have been nice to get that complete wing in the picture, but hey, even fish-eye lenses can only do so much.
You caught the mood and time of that machine just beautifully and as I said in the opening, your processing was just about spot-on with only a tad of haloing, IMO.
You scored well among remarkable competition and you have an image to be proud of. Not bad for a day's work!
Keep 'em coming.
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