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  1. almo

    almo TPF Noob!

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    This was on the tip of the left index finger of a huge statue of satan. All of the fingers had one, but this was the best. Do the technical flaws ruin this shot?

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    DramaDork626 TPF Noob!

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    hehe, where did you find a statue of satan?
    Anyway, nice shot, but i don't like all the brightness in the top corner. It's a little irritating.
     
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    Thanks!

    It was in grand rapids Mi. It was part of a traveling carnival.
     
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    Creepy! I'd agree, if you could burn in a little in the top right the image would be improved. :)
     
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    Is this a digital image? However, the top corner needs to be not just burned but de-yellowed, by whichever process. If it's a silver print,could be a fixing problem. Otherwise, try removing some yellow. I'd also bump up the contrast.
     
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    It's a print from Ilford HP5 scanned on a cheap HP scanner. The print is actually much better. I will see if I can do a better job of it and repost it some time in the near future.

    Thanks for the comments!
     

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