Potpourri

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  1. Tammy

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    this is simply fabulous. i don't even know where to start.
    i like the arrangement of the elements- the lines they create flow very comfortably throughout the image. contrast is spot on- aren't you the one using the zone system?

    care to share any details of its creation? did you arrange consciously or were the elements put together haphazardly?

    nice job!
     
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    superb contrast .. now if i can only get my pictures to look like that :D
     
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    Very nice! I recently tried to photograph some potpourri... mine didn't come out, heh heh. I love that it's in black and white too. :)
     
  5. Tammy

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    Thanks guys,

    I'm trying to capture texture so that's why I went to B/W with this one (ok....plus....I simply love it)

    Just found a shareware program that gives camera setting information for digital pics - pretty cool.

    Shutter: 1/40
    Aperture: 2.8
    Flash: No
    HQ
    Z35

    Cropped and broken down in to RGB channels with the (unfortunately) non-PS software I have - this is the G channel (with some Tone Balance tweaking). Osmer_Toby, is that what you meant by zone system, breaking it down into channels?

    Dew - Are you kidding? When I grow up (photographically speaking) I want to shoot like you - I've seen your website - awesome.

    Thanks everyone.
     
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    i have a lot of growing to do :lol: .. i've only been at it for 6 months :eek: ... when i grow up .. i wanna be just like Diane Arbus :D
     
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    no, zone system by Ansel Adams-
    splitting the rgb into channels is an awesome technique to have at your disposal, though, isn't it? i like shooting portraits and keeping the red channel- skin has such a soft glow in the red part of the spectrum...

    i'd be happy to shoot like either one of you when i grow up.
     

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