“Salty Longshoreman…”

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by enezdez, Feb 19, 2018.

  1. enezdez

    enezdez TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    D750
    f/8.0
    ISO 200
    1/200 Sec.
    24 - 70 mm - f/2.8G
    44 mm

    Natural Light & Rapid Westcott Kit 26" Octa Softbox OCF Right SB 700

    (Processed In LR, Color Efex Pro 4 & Silver Efex Pro2)


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    Thanks For Looking Any Comments/Criticism Will Be Appreciated.

    Enezdez


     
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  2. Philmar

    Philmar Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Wonderful - so much of the shot lends itself well to B&W. Good choice.
    I'd like to know what you did in Color Efex Pro 4. Why did you choose to use it if it was intended to be in B&W?
     
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    enezdez TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Thank You Very Much!

    I always use Color Efex Pro 4 regardless if its going to be B&W or not...I favor some of the features like "Detail Extractor" which can only be found in the aforementioned program...yet it does not prevent you from further processing in either Silver Efex Pro 2 or Analog Efex Pro 2...

    I hope I was able to explain it correctly...please let me know if you have any further questions!

    Cheers,

    Enezdez
     

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