Where the Buffalo Roam

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  1. ccd333

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    Taken near Lost Creek Wilderness southwest of Denver. Converted to sepia from original digital image via post processing. And what looks like noise is actually a deliberate "film grain" I added to create an old fashioned, historic look. Does this work? Thanks for your input.

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    needs contrast
     
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    I think that the sepia tone adds to it, but the buffalo seem soft and out of focus to me...also as said a bit more contrast could be added. If you had an opportunity to compose differently and shoot again I think maybe backing up even farther would help b/c the mountain is chopped at a weird point...either that or scoot in and show no sky at all...
     
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    hey! that looks as scanned from the very old newspaper! :p
     
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    Thanks, mentos. That's exactly the response I was trying to illicit. I was not concerned about the some of the typical image quality issues.
     
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    I would have tried to get in closer and forgot the sky. The sepia effect I'm not really sure adds a lot to the photo but I'm not a real sepia fan in wildlife shots.
     

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