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Aug 8, 2021 22:32:09   #
ebrunner Loc: New Jersey Shore
 
The image was captured on film (Nikon FM2 80-200 f/4.5 zoom Ilford FP4 ); but after scanning, I decided to use some presets in NIK. So the result is a hybrid of film and digital manipulation.
Erich


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Aug 8, 2021 23:01:53   #
Soul Dr. Loc: Beautiful Shenandoah Valley
 
Nice, I like it. Good job of using new and old technology to make a great image.

will

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Aug 8, 2021 23:18:45   #
ebrunner Loc: New Jersey Shore
 
Soul Dr. wrote:
Nice, I like it. Good job of using new and old technology to make a great image.

will


Thank you. I'm glad you enjoyed the image.
Erich

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Aug 9, 2021 01:27:34   #
Curmudgeon Loc: SE Arizona
 
Beautiful. Old and new produces a great result

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Aug 9, 2021 05:48:30   #
magnetoman Loc: Purbeck, Dorset, UK
 
I like that result Erich, another of your images thatโ€™s well worth the effort taken.

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Aug 9, 2021 08:35:58   #
ebrunner Loc: New Jersey Shore
 
Curmudgeon wrote:
Beautiful. Old and new produces a great result


Thank you. Glad you enjoyed the photo
Erich

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Aug 9, 2021 08:36:29   #
ebrunner Loc: New Jersey Shore
 
magnetoman wrote:
I like that result Erich, another of your images thatโ€™s well worth the effort taken.


That you. That is a nice compliment. Much appreciated.
Erich

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Aug 9, 2021 09:51:51   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington
 
I get a bit of 3D feeling and that the leaves are protecting the magical space beyond.


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Aug 9, 2021 11:03:51   #
jaymatt Loc: Alexandria, Indiana
 
Nice work with the combination.

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Aug 9, 2021 11:31:27   #
Fotoartist Loc: Detroit, Michigan
 
ebrunner wrote:
The image was captured on film (Nikon FM2 80-200 f/4.5 zoom Ilford FP4 ); but after scanning, I decided to use some presets in NIK. So the result is a hybrid of film and digital manipulation.
Erich


Interesting. I don't know if you need so much space on the bottom compositionally.

Check out this page by Mike Moats who specializes in shooting leaves, mind-blowing to me.
https://www.tinylandscapes.com/leaves

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Aug 9, 2021 13:46:46   #
ebrunner Loc: New Jersey Shore
 
Linda From Maine wrote:
I get a bit of 3D feeling and that the leaves are protecting the magical space beyond.


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I had not thought of it like that; but I get what you mean. Thanks for taking a look.
Erich

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Aug 9, 2021 13:47:06   #
ebrunner Loc: New Jersey Shore
 
jaymatt wrote:
Nice work with the combination.


Thanks

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Aug 9, 2021 13:48:35   #
ebrunner Loc: New Jersey Shore
 
Fotoartist wrote:
Interesting. I don't know if you need so much space on the bottom compositionally.

Check out this page by Mike Moats who specializes in shooting leaves, mind-blowing to me.
https://www.tinylandscapes.com/leaves


I wondered about the space myself. Once I had posted it, I realized that it might be more balanced if there is less space on the bottom. Good observation. Now I'll check out that link you posted. Thank you.
Erich

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Aug 9, 2021 14:31:44   #
joecichjr Loc: Chicago S. Suburbs, Illinois, USA
 
ebrunner wrote:
The image was captured on film (Nikon FM2 80-200 f/4.5 zoom Ilford FP4 ); but after scanning, I decided to use some presets in NIK. So the result is a hybrid of film and digital manipulation.
Erich


A lovely hybrid of old and new. ๐Ÿ’ž๐ŸŒ€๐Ÿ’ž

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Aug 10, 2021 09:29:35   #
Cwilson341 Loc: Central Florida
 
As Linda mentioned, there is a 3-D feeling that adds depth. This is a unique and very pleasing result - the best of both worlds!

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