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Collection: May 4 2008 NJ GTG
Camera: Canon EOS-5D
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
Location: Grounds for Sculpture, NJ
Aperture: f/4
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/160s
Galleries: DPChallenge GTGs, Birds
Date Uploaded: Mar 15, 2009

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I realize some might consider it perverse to render a peacock in black and white...


shot during the May 4 2008 DPC GTG at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ

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03/19/2009 09:15:19 AM
Love how that branch mimics the curve of his body!
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03/18/2009 02:31:34 AM
Hey this is really cool Karen. I like the way the peacock blends in with the rest of the surrounding foliage. Monotone works for me.
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03/17/2009 05:55:25 PM
Not perverse at all! And you posed your model so very well, to have the neck mimic the curvature of the evergreen branch.
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03/17/2009 05:01:00 AM
I agree with the others! Love the details in those feathers.
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03/17/2009 01:54:03 AM
I think it looks great in black and white. The tones are beautiful and it is so clear and crisp.
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03/16/2009 11:43:23 PM
It's a nice change, and it allows all the detail to be appreciated for the pattern, rather than just the full on colour. This is a lovely composition.
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03/16/2009 11:17:17 PM
""no! not at all. in fact it puts the attention where it belongs- on the bird. amazing detail. very nice!""
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I agree totally.

Message edited by author 2009-03-16 23:22:51.
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03/16/2009 10:45:22 PM
no! not at all. in fact it puts the attention where it belongs- on the bird. amazing detail. very nice!
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