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Feb 20, 2019 18:52:00   #
I tend to add "warmth" to my photographs as a rule, and so I am partial to the 1st photo which is "warmer" than the 2nd one. The reds and yellows are deeper and richer IMO.
Feb 15, 2019 21:47:29   #
Feb 15, 2019 03:51:35   #
This boy LOVES the camera. Great shots!
Feb 12, 2019 00:57:29   #
Feb 8, 2019 06:07:00   #
Feb 5, 2019 16:12:43   #
unlucky2 wrote:
Thank you MichaelEBM. If the rain stops, I might have chance today for a rematch.

Feb 5, 2019 01:21:55   #
Buffleheads are such cuties. You really captured it in #1.
Feb 5, 2019 01:17:28   #
The photo obviously speaks to you and has deep meaning for you, so for that reason alone, it is a good photograph. I have used the tilt shift effect humorously when I've taken photos where buildings or people happen to be tiny and by fading out the background and foreground make them look like they belong on a miniature train set.
Feb 5, 2019 00:54:41   #
"Oh, look, up in the sky, it's the famous Norfolk River Flying Fish!"

Feb 4, 2019 07:15:14   #
I'm going to cast my vote for the B&W. This is a very gritty scene with the scrawled walls, and the well-dressed couple seems "misplaced." But the B&W embeds them in the context and goes along with the title.
Feb 3, 2019 23:43:15   #
GPS Phil wrote:
I have to admit that I like that a lot. Sort of the best of both worlds.

Feb 3, 2019 22:19:46   #
GPS Phil wrote:
I recently pulled it out and converted it to sepia, I like it but not sure if it was the right choice.Phil

Looking for other ways to "play" with your image, how about sepia with a touch of desaturated color to allude to the green space? And keeping those great sunbeams!

Feb 3, 2019 06:23:37   #
GPS Phil wrote:
Here is the color version, I am looking forward to the results!

Love the color version, but I agree with Phil. It's much too green (and yellow). Did very little to get it more to my liking. I kept the wonderful sunbeams as is but desaturated and cooled down the rest of the image.

Feb 1, 2019 00:47:21   #
Jan 30, 2019 17:10:05   #
A sterling capture. Have never seen one in real life but have learned to love them by seeing photographs like yours.
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