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Jan 2010 - Nominate another members images HERE

This is a discussion on Jan 2010 - Nominate another members images HERE within the Member's monthly choice forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Casil gets the distinction of being the years first nominee with this shot from this thread http://www.photography.ca/Forums/f20...ning-6524.html Nice timing and ...

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    Default Jan 2010 - Nominate another members images HERE

    Casil gets the distinction of being the years first nominee with this shot from this thread http://www.photography.ca/Forums/f20...ning-6524.html
    Nice timing and processing.


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    Absolutely beautiful. Took my breath away.

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    Thanks MA.
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    Tommorowstreasures and her Trumpet Player from this thread ... http://www.photography.ca/Forums/f21...ayer-6533.html
    Very good, subtle, low key lighting. And a rarity for me ... nominating a B&W shot ... not sure I've ever done that before.

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    http://www.photography.ca/Forums/f2/...orks-6528.html by Zenon5940 was quite successful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Aussie View Post
    Tommorowstreasures and her Trumpet Player from this thread ... http://www.photography.ca/Forums/f21...ayer-6533.html
    Very good, subtle, yet high key lighting. And a rarity for me ... nominating a B&W shot ... not sure I've ever done that before.


    this photo more than wonderful


    thank U

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    Thanks for posting this thread MA - and nice choices so far everyone!
    Not sure I'd call that trumpet player shot Hi key though, for me it's 100% the opposite, it's totally low key...and has a great mood.
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    Yep I should have said low key.

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    I love this photo of the gulls on the rocks from Marko's nfld trip!
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