Dead Bird (x5) [literally, dead, so that's a warning]

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  1. Trenton Romulox

    Trenton Romulox TPF Noob!

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    Nice sharp shots, but I don't really like the post processing you have done on most of them.

    I would have to say that #5 is the best. The lighting is nice.

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  3. Trenton Romulox

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    Thanks for the comments. My processing styles are certainly not for everyone. But I try and throw something fairly traditional into every series, and for this series that was #5.
     
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    wow... 2 is really dramatic. I don't know much what to say to CC these though... the light is fine and comp is good as always... the subject matter is of course disturbing but I don't know that they feel *interesting* to look at .. I guess. To me.
     
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    Thanks for the comments, Kelly. They are much appreciated. And yes, the subject matter isn't for everyone, and may not even be for anyone. :]
     

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