After a rain shower.

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  1. iPwnF00lz

    iPwnF00lz TPF Noob!

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    epp_b No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Wow, those are great! I like the first one best.

    How did you grayscale the background while keeping the rose saturated in the second one?
     
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    iPwnF00lz TPF Noob!

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    I just used select inverse after lassoing the rose and then I converted it to gray scale. And thanks!
     
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    They are all very nice... the first one is awesome. On the pedals towards the top of the photo the water makes the flower looks like it had little indentations.... if that makes any sense.

    What Camera / Lens did you use?
     
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    Thanks man, D70 18-70.
     
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    Great shots...I love the first one. It's very crisp (I'm not a huge fan of soft photos).

    The only thing I'd have done differently is not centered the subjects so much, but otherwise they look great!
     

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