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    Quote Originally Posted by erno james View Post
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    Gorgeous Erno. It looks like a painting.

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    My frogs

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    Quote Originally Posted by erno james View Post
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    I love your pictures!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Elberson View Post
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    Mark - I think I like this better than the first one where shot down on them. With this one you got down to the frogs level just like you would do if you were doing a portrature of a small child... it just makes for a better shot.
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    Post your best current shots

    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Mark - I think I like this better than the first one where shot down on them. With this one you got down to the frogs level just like you would do if you were doing a portrature of a small child... it just makes for a better shot.
    Thanks. The first time they were sitting at about a 45 downwards on a rock and I was trying to max out DOF but I totally agree. In comparison I actually really don't like the prior shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Mark - I think I like this better than the first one where shot down on them. With this one you got down to the frogs level just like you would do if you were doing a portrature of a small child... it just makes for a better shot.
    +1 I like the low angle. I would also like to see a version with the background cleaned up. I think it would make a very nice print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erno james View Post
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    This is crazy good Enro. Beautiful shot.

    Mark. I really like #2.

    I was in New York for work this past week. I ended up only having time to shoot as I walked up to Penn Station to catch the train. But here are a few:

    I saw an effect on a shot someone took of Boston of what I think was extremely high clarity/vibrance, but slightly desaturated. Here is my attempt to emulate it:


    small-3045 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    I had an uncomfortable feeling while walking the "High Line" trail


    small-3040 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    Quick shot of the "High Line" trail. I just like the idea that this is in New York.

    small-3039 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    Thanks for viewing....Brant
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    Beautiful shot Erno.
    Interesting street work Brant. Nice concept that elevated walkway and garden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    +1 I like the low angle. I would also like to see a version with the background cleaned up. I think it would make a very nice print.
    What would you do to clean up the background? I have CS5 but am close to being PS illiterate!

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