Wax on, wax off!

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  1. Overread

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    I like the flashed on far better, the grasshopper does not look like a problem in that one because one can see exactly what it is.
     
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    Def like the first 2nd one. Reminds me of some booz advert.
     
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    Nice pix


    Kinda like the first one more, looks like it's part of the logo.
     
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    I actually liked them both the first one gave it a old rusted look and the second one gave it a new crisp look
     
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    Thanks for the iput all - glad that its not just me that is finding it tricky to decide which is the better. I do agree the insect has more clarity inthe second - I might try to play around with the RAWs and emulate the effect of the first in the second shot - a bit more clarity with the older age touch.
     

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