Photostation doesn't always happen as planned

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  1. federerphotography

    federerphotography TPF Noob!

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    Ran a photo station not long back - decided to use the back wall of the barn as the backdrop rather than dropping in a white background or something. It was a risk, but I'm happy with how it went.

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    More on my photography blog (it's a post or two back)

    So, as a reminder: go with your gut sometimes, you don't always need to follow your preconceptions.

    Incidentally, but still related, I just finished a 12+ page article explaining my photostation setup, and how to do it yourself, here (you'll need to register for the discussion forum (free) to see anything of value)
     
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    I love the tones in these photos, my work monitor may be a bit off, but it looks like a muted sepia, beautiful.
     
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    federerphotography TPF Noob!

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    Nope, your monitor is right - that's about what they are... a mix of B&W and sepia. I did it, and it prints well.
     
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    Loving 2 & 3
     
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    federerphotography TPF Noob!

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    Danke.
     
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    Just lovely - looks like so much fun! And I love the processing.
     
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    I think it worked out fine! :) Good Job!
     
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    cauzimme No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Great job! Love your postwork. A fun serie.
     
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    That is such a different feel that it would have it had a drop in the background. I personally love it but it really depends on what the occasion is or atmosphere is you are trying to establish.
     

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