my fav nature shot:Urban Angel

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  1. nightshade

    nightshade TPF Noob!

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    and then theres also this one

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    both shot with an old canon a1, b&w which i develope,
    both need more work to be final prints
     
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    both are good, I like the first shot better. You see alot of people shooting up trees on here... (not that thats bad...) maybe if you played with the first ones contrast and color a bit... and spot it... it would be abit nicer. but i like the catch and crop. good work.
     
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    yeah, i guess that makes sense on the tree one
     
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    Well, but trees will never be the same, so I would say that photos looking up a bare tree will also always hold some fascination.

    But I do agree that your first pic here is quite strong.
    You don't get to see the "urban angels" (others call them "flying rats" -- erm...) like this often. I like the DOF here, the urbanity is still visible, but the pigeon stands out... what does not appeal to me too much is the pink colour cast.
     
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    yeah, i need to rebalance my scanner or touch it up in photoshop,
    but this is the direct scan
     

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