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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    thanks for looking
     
  2. spiralout

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    OMG, did you do any channel mixing? The tones are amazing! That is a great idea executed incredibly well... as usual. :)
     
  3. craig

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    Dramatic subject. Great capture. I really enjoy these kids. They seem out of place. A little like punks. You know they are looking for there pop or pop pop or someone who was important to them. Which is what this wall is all about; paying respect for generations and generations.

    Or they are school kids being bored during the mandatory class trip. Post all the details!
     
  4. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very nice. I don't remember ever seeing the wall photographed this way.

    Thanks! You've added to my mind's photo album.
     
  5. chroix

    chroix In Latin it's "spikius conius thingonius"

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    excellent.excellent.excellent.
     
  6. LittleMan

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    awesome shot!
    I wonder if they clean that wall everyonce in a while.... It looks shiney... haha
     
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    I like the reflections.
     
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    Awesome shot!!! I loove it!! : )
     
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    Great reflection, perfect capture.



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  10. Alison

    Alison Swiss Army Friend Supporting Member

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    Great capture. I love that you mainly see their backs and the reflections add so much to the story as well. The b/w conversion was very well done!
     
  11. JonMikal

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    thanks everyone.

    actually, i happened upon this result messing around in PS. i've tried to retrace my steps and came up with this:

    -create a hue and sat layer making no adjustments
    -create another hue and sat layer changing blending mode to color and adjusting sat to -100
    -i returned to the initial layer and adjusted the hue to +27

    i've come across another more lengthy process that has awesome b&w results and will post soon. :mrgreen:
     
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    Craig, "Looking for their Pop or Pop Pop..." ????? I have never heard someone say Pop Pop when talking about a relative. Is this Pop Pop supposed to be Great Grandfather??

    BTW JonMikal, Fan-frickin'-tastic shot as usual mate. I'm a big fan of remembrance style shots when done properly, as they can be so powerful and emotive.
     

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