Natural Bridges State Park B&W

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  1. bigboi3

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    Took these 2 back in 2009. I always wanted to do a re-edit with them. Taken with my then Nikon D80 with 50mm f/1.8. Edited in LR4, CS5 and Nik Silver EFEX 2 Pro. B&W processed.

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    _DSC3294-Edit-Edit.jpg by yvesgajardo, on Flickr


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    _DSC3302-Edit-Edit.jpg by yvesgajardo, on Flickr


     
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    Cool. Like the breaking wave in #1
     
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    I really like the way the people in the second photo really gives the viewer an idea of the scale of the subject.
     
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    nice. I really like the first one with the wave.
     
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    I actually like picture 2 over picture 1, not so much for the people, but that the water has a stronger wave pattern.

    One question about why you placed your watermark, (which is completely unnecessary), once to the right, then to the left in such a prominent spot. It doesn't add, but rather detracts from your photographs. We already know whose pictures they are, so it doesn't make much sense.
     
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    I was actually having a discussion about the watermarks. He told me Watermarks are the herpes of photography which I thought was funny and true. From now on i'm not putting any watermarks on my images. I've always had a mindset that it would help protect my images but, stupid me, someone could just clone the watermark out if they wanted.
     
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