Bananas for my monkey

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  1. Karalee

    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    Bananas:

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    for my monkey :lol:

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    Thanks for looking :mrgreen:
     
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  2. woodsac

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    This is great :lol:

    I like the frame process you're doing! And the tones on 'the monkey' are nice.
     
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    nice i like the use of a joiner :thumbup:
     
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    Nice! I love those bananas, cool technique! Is it what it looks like: lots of photos, different exposures and focuses, then assembled together?

    Love "the monkey" too. Great lighting and tone. I hope he enjoyed his very picturesque bananas. :lol:
     
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    haha, these are great! I love what you've done with the first one.

    What post processing did you do on the second? I've been looking to achieve an effect like that on some portrait shots but I just havnt been able to find something that works well.
     
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    Very cool. Love how you did the first one.
    "the monkey" is neat too.
     
  7. Karalee

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    Thanks all! I quite like my monkey myself ;)

    Nate, as far as processing goes on the 2nd one, I convert to bw via channel mixer, then go through variations (image>adjustments>variations) and change the slider to fine, and then just mess with the different colors till I come up with something I like and then tweak the contrast and levels as needed :).
     
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    I like the effect on the first one, very cool style. Looks like a trendy ad for a banana company...
     

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