Isolated Woodlands

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  1. TPOL

    TPOL TPF Noob!

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    Please let me know what you think, I used Serif Photoplus 6.0 to sharpen the photo to make it B/W and attempt a frame around it...not that they are really frame worthy...i just had to try it.
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    Laura


    1. I don't know why this one is smaller..sorry I tried fixing it

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, I like the presentation of photos up here on this board quite much in black borders. I always think that the black enhances the colours (well, this cannot apply to the second version of your photo here......:meh: , anyhow, you know what I mean?). Therefore I wonder why you should NOT put a frame round your wood-photo here? I like it this way.
     
  3. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Black borders increase the apparent contrast of an image so they work very well on a lot of images.
    Works well on the first which is very nice. I prefer it in colour.
     
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    like the colored version.. nice greens... and that black frame works for the first :thumbsup:
    thanks for sharing
     
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    The black and white one is my favourite, you really get a sense of the mood. the patterns are great, the repetition of the upward angles are always a bonus.
     
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    nice shot of the woods either way.. very cool
     
  7. TPOL

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    thanks for the input everyone!
     

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