Door Knob

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  1. Josh66

    Josh66 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Other than the glare on the right side, I thought this was kinda cool. Anyone think it's worthy of a re-shoot?
     
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    Nice knobs... ya the glare is killin it.
     
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    Josh66 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I tried to save it in PP, but either my skills suck, or it's too far gone, lol!
    (I'm going with the latter.)

    I do like it though, except for that damn glare...! :lol:
     
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    You can really make a difference in Photoshop if you change it to b&w. I don't know if that's a look you thought of but it using the presets, you can create a lot of different shade differences in that shot.
     
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    You know, I didn't even consider that... You're right though - B&W probably could make the glare mostly unnoticeable...

    I just hate the idea of using a B&W conversion to 'fix' a bad color photo...lol.

    I'm not really sure that this photo would work in B&W anyway... To me, the colors & the saturation are what make it... I might try it though, just to see what it looks like.

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    If anyone wants to play with it, you should be able to find the full-res (6000x9000) on my flickr (link in sig)... Just don't post it unless it's good, lol!
     
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