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  1. Digital Matt

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    Here's a few shots from the summer that I found while going through older photo shoots. I missed these two.

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  2. JonMikal

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    OK, that's it. Equipment's in the mail to Nytmair and eromallagadnama ;)
     
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    Great color in that first one, but the contrast in the B&W is perfect! Well done Matt.
     
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    YAAAHOOOOO!!!!!! :mrgreen:

    great shots Matt!
     
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    How did you get such a vivid contrast!
     
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    Love the B&W. Perfect.
     
  7. Digital Matt

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    Thanks everyone! The B&W shot was shot at midday, hence the very harsh light, but it does help to give a nice contasty B&W.

    Gratz on the new gear Dan! j/k Am I going to have to come over there and slap you Jon? :p You'd better not throw or give your equipment away!
     
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    Great shots! The contrast on the second is superb and the clouds are amazing. Do you convert with the chanel mixer?
     
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    I love the first one. It is very striking.
     
  10. Digital Matt

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    Thanks Alison! Yes, I use the channel mixer for black and white conversion. Thank you Aoide! :)
     
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    As much as I would totallllllllly love that, you can't give up JonMikal, you inaugaral shots are awesome, as are all the others!!! Actually you and Matt are probably my two favorite photographers here, so that should make you feel good :hugs:

    As far as these shots go Matt they are fabulous once again. I almost missed it with all the new posts, glad I didn't. Do you ever take a bad picture??? Also I think my photography teacher is retiring this next semester...you should apply for his job :mrgreen:
     
  12. Digital Matt

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    I agree with you about Jon Amanda. He needs to stop this silliness. Now, concerning your comments about me, you are very kind, too kind almost :p I think I should go to school for photography before I teach it though :p

    I'm actually considering going to a local community college and get an associates degree. Not that I care at all about the piece of paper, but it's a chance to get into a darkroom and learn from the ground up. I don't want to spend another seven years trying to teach myself how to use a darkroom, like I did learning the digital one. I might actually start a thread where I can link to the courses and ask some of you your opinions.

    Thanks again Amanda, and everyone else :)
     

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