Several Outdoor Images

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  1. Kent Frost

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    The b&w pics are really nice! Some of the color in the color pics take some getting used to for me.
     
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    Damn... wonderfull
     
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    "Hazelwest's bridge" really stands out for me. Seems like she is ready to photograph something. I love the tracks leading to infinity. Extra credit for getting a camera in the shot.
     
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    Gorgeous series of photos.

    Love the "Road to Power" photo.


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    i REALLY like the B&W shots!! did you use a polarizer for any of them? did u use any filters? nice work!!
     
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    For the most part on the b/w's, they were all shot in full color on my Digital Rebel (yes, with a polarizer). In Photoshop, I adjusted the color levels in the channel mixer using the monochrome setting, which allows for an amazing amount of versatility that we only WISH we could have using bw film. ;-)
     
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    Love the photos, my favorite is Across Lake Springfield. You've done some excellent conversions here.
     
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    Very nice series. I am favouring the black and whites. Great framing! :thumbup:
     
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    Very nice shots. Did you use any filters for the second and fourth ones? I like the tones i n the sky for the first one, but not in the foreground.
     
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    Well, the 4th one (Rays Of Light) wasn't originally that color. I burned an orange layer into it to give it the feel as if I had shot it with a filter.

    The second one, however (Remember), was shot with a graded tobacco filter. It's interesting that you mentioned that you weren't as satisfied with the foreground on that one because I added a bit of a burnt orange color to the foreground. It was very green as it was in real life originally. ;-)
     
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    The reason I asked, the foreground seems a bit dark to me. If the second had a bit more light then it would be just stunning. I thought it was a tobacco fitler but just hate throwing guesses out there.

    The fourth one has the opposite problem, for me atleast. Wish there was more distinguishable blades in there. -Peaceful Solitude- is a very nice match for a title.
     

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