massive oak, old woman, table, and angel

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  1. newrmdmike

    newrmdmike TPF Noob!

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    took these all the other day downtown.

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    i know that panorama is bad . . . its just a quick rendition.

    thoughts?
     
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    newrmdmike TPF Noob!

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    a fisheye would be this trees best friend . . .
     
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    I like them all besides the panorama. You did some cool post-processing
     
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    And I agree with you about the fisheye...
     
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    the tree is sweet!
    is that IR? it looks IR ish to me
     
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    ir-ish is about right . . .but not ir
     
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    Tree shot is very nice, however I think the one that stands out from the others if the first shot of the table, wonderful study of shape. And great to see something we all know from a very different angle.
     
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    Nice set, they I like them all. But, number one is the best of the batch in my eyes. Nice selective coloring, and a cool perspective. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    #1 and #4. The table picture is amazing, very nice composition, is it really selective colouring? Maybe everything else was just black...

    And the oak is brilliant.
     
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    I really like the oak picture.
    I think it might be even better with a bit more of that grave yard bellow.
    Dani.
     
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    Great shots!! I like #4, that's an awesome tree!!!
     
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    thanks everyone for the kind comments, and yes it actually is selectlivly colored, but everything was black . . . just with an off color light reflecting off of it. so i did a bw conversion and left the stuff on the table and the drain with color in them.
     

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