took these today, something new...

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  1. photo gal

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    With this one I used a polarizing filter and natural light...

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    And this one I obviously did in black and white but I also added some artificial light.

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    What do you think?
     
  2. chroix

    chroix In Latin it's "spikius conius thingonius"

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    I'm not sure about the posterized colors. I really like the BW one.
     
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    A little heavy on the pshop for my taste.
     
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    I really like it Photo Gal!
    These are great!
    It's nice to see something different! :) most of these people around here don't like photoshoped images... haha, just ignore them :wink:
     
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    photo gal TPF Noob!

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    I don't do pshop, I do straight out of the camera with lights, filters, lens...I do the occasional brightness/contrast adjustment. And I add the border. Thanks for your comments however!!! : )
     
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    Awwww thank you littleMan!!! : ))
     
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    Interesting. How was the posterization in the first frame achieved. A flash of light during development? post the details. We are dying to know!
     
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    Different, cool, I like em.

    The second one is crazy kewl, I love it! :thumbsup:



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  9. John E.

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    Please, fill us in on the details. Really like the pictures.
     
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    yes it looks like a photoshop polorising filter, nice job, love #2.
     
  11. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Ya mean, THESE views are "straight out of the camera?"

    Wow. That's beyond me. I'd love to hear some of the detais.

    Thanks!

    -Pete
     
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    Thanks for all your comments. I shoot with a sony mavica, it has an internal polarizing filter that I used in concert with a "Digital Polarizer filter externally and used the very bright morning sun coming in the window box directly on the subject which is a very shiny ceramic mask in the the first photo. In the second photo I shot in B& W with the addition of 400 watt bulb with the natural light. Minus the filters! Thanks again!! : )
     

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