Yesterday's best

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  1. cherrymoose

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    C&C? There's some here that I'm particularly proud of, and some that I'm not quite sure I like.

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    6) This one I'm not sure about. It's really different from my usual style, but I kind of like it anyways.
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    I like the series :) My favorite is #4, though the extreme yellowness in the top right corner is a tad distracting. I also like the first and the last though i wish on the last we could see the edge of the very left light, and I think, for me, I'd possibly crop off part of the top to take away some of the white.
     
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    I like #1 and #4.
     
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    Thanks for the comments, anyone else?
    Tangerini-- I'm new to Photoshop, so if you want to try PSing #4 (taking out some of that white maybe) I wouldn't mind at all. :)
     
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    I like these. My favorites are 1 and 6 (heart sepia) and 5. The others may very well be equally excellent, but I have no clue, because for whatever reason, flowers and plant photos usually do nada for me.

    Edit: But I like the dof in number 2. Nice and creamy. What aperture did you use if you don't mind me asking?
     
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    :thumbup: I like 1 and 4 best...4 is nice and sharp with good and varied "greens"...and I like the simplicity of #1 (repetition and depth) with a nice depth of field. Very industrial looking. The others, to me, not so much.
     
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    I really like #1. The tone used and the DOF it great. I also like your flower shots.
     
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    Thanks. :) Number 1 is also my favorite, although the original (non edited) is very... different.
     
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    dude did you take those? your better than i thought!
     
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    Lets talk about #6..........

    Normally I like Black and White photos to have a good tonal range....this one is a bit lacking.

    BUT......

    I am also a fan of the high contrast look. So now we have some potential here! The sky is obviously blown out. Not really your fault as I'm guessing you probably don't have a GND filter to just pop out any time you want as you walk around :lol: .

    So overall I think it needs improving, but has some very serious potential. If you can get back out there with a GND filter and the same conditions, I would think you have an A++ photo in there!

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