nice bumble bee....!

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  1. mfacer

    mfacer TPF Noob!

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    took this before when I was finishing a film! turns out it was the best pic on the roll!!

    ps the scanner is rubbish so its not great quality.... :cry:

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    I like the angle and stuff but I think the colors could be helped. It looks like the picture is a little dull. I think with some PS ajustments that it could really stand out.
     
  3. mfacer

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    actually, I used PSP (Paint Shop Pro) and increase the saturation and lightness of the picture!! I think my scanner is a little rubbishy, as it never really picks out the colours very well....
     
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    I'll bet the print is awesome, huh?
     
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    mfacer TPF Noob!

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    the print is much sharper.... I think I may need to invest in a new scanner... still using the same one which I got over 6 years ago free with the PC!
     
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    I would have preferred a shot closer to the bee while still capturing the vastness of the flowers.
     
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    Nice composition in this one. You might try bumping the contrast a bit. That might get you some color vibrancy back.
     
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    hey, mfacer -;)
    it looks like i have problem with your posts....all the time i try to open it i get 'the red x'... -;(
    any ideas why is that?

    hmmmm....it seems im the only one with 'red x' here..... :scratch:
     
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    no idea! the pictures are hosted on my own website.... and that seems to be working ok!? Try the link in my signature and see if you can see those images? Otherwise, I dont know whats up!!

    thanks for all the comments by the way... going to try and get some more flowery pics today - the sun is out and we got some new plants etc! :D
     
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    mfacer TPF Noob!

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    I also changed the contrast levels as photobug suggested suggested and increased the saturation slightly... I think the result is much better!?

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  11. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like the color in #2 more, also would like to see a sharp focus, but still a good shot

    Keep shooting
     
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    Seeing your avatar.... you a City fan? :)
     

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