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Reflected Branches Framed By Window Branches
Reflected Branches Framed By Window Branches
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Branch II (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Pentax K10D
Lens: Pentax DA 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AF
Location: Tifton, GA
Date: Mar 13, 2010
Aperture: F/4
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Family, Candid
Date Uploaded: Mar 14, 2010

Straighten Tool, Cropped, Auto-Levels, Duplicated, Converted to Black & White, Sepia Filter, Resized, Auto-Sharpened, Flattened, Saved for Web...
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Thanks,ALL! Your insights are right on the money.

This was an instinctive environmental shot snapped "on the fly," during the archiving of an outdoor wedding, an extended-family member's wedding no less.

I am very grateful that it did so well...

I'm honored. Thank you again. :)

Statistics
Place: 66 out of 139
Avg (all users): 5.4812
Avg (commenters): 6.0000
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Avg (non-participants): 5.5890
Views since voting: 524
Views during voting: 225
Votes: 133
Comments: 4
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/21/2010 09:56:06 PM
This interesting set of windows makes a nice set of frames for the branches. Cropping away the twigs at the bottom (hedge?) could make a cleaner image. In retrospect, stepping to the right a pace or two might have allowed elimination of the diagonal roof line (if the other reflections would permit). 7.
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03/21/2010 07:25:02 PM
Very cool!
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03/17/2010 06:38:34 AM
Wonderful :)
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03/16/2010 09:05:48 PM
I like the reflections shown. It has added interest for that. I think the greyscale is pretty flat. It's not quite black and white, not quite sepia... just somewhat of a grey tone with no real depth. I think the depth issue is from shooting a flat surface pretty much straight on.
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