2nd attempt.. CC welcome

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  1. Gdav36

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    OK, so after trying to fidget with a multitude of settings according to the 1.5 inch manual that printed off :lmao:, I personally think some of these came out better then my previous well.. lol.. 13 pic post. =).. These are not staged at all, and were taken as i took a 6 mile walk on a bike trail / dam..

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    3. Yes i know this is a little OOF, 50mm 1.8, still trying to figure out if it's even possible to get the whole frame in focus with this lens :er:
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    3rd one is a 50/50 = big no no
    I think I'd chop it down from bottom or top a little

    1 & 2 look really great and so does #5 but I'd love to see #4 in BW

    #4 I think looks out out of focus, possibly because of the lens or maybe the ripple effect from the water
     
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    I made the sky a little darker but man I love that pic in BW look. Let me know what you think?

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    It does look really good in B&W, you know it never crossed my mind to convert it, as the colors were very vibrant, and i was more or less trying to work with correcting my white balance. It brings an emotional dynamic, almost makes it look even moreso aged then the structure already is.. appreciate the perspective =)
     

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