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May 2017 - Photography Assignment - Brand New

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    Default May 2017 - Photography Assignment - Brand New

    Hi members!

    This month's photo assignment is 'Brand New' and assignments should be posted right here in this thread.
    Okay then who will post first?
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    Default The Leaves on the Tree Are Obviously Brand New

    Well, in our part of Canada anyway.

    1. The Tree


    2. f/4 Bokeh


    3. Then it rained


    4. f/2.8 branch
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    love the bokeh here - well done.
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    nice set MB. 2 and 3 are my favourites. Both for the details and bokeh and #3 also for the moisture
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    Default Even More Brand New at Frank Lake, Alberta

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    2. Goslings
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    ubercute - mbrager.
    To my eye both images look underexposed by a about 1/2 to 2/3 (shot 2) of a stop.
    There are no specular highlights on the water
    Some levels play would let this sing louder. Hope that may help
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    ubercute - mbrager.
    To my eye both images look underexposed by a about 1/2 to 2/3 (shot 2) of a stop.
    There are no specular highlights on the water
    Some levels play would let this sing louder. Hope that may help
    Totally right, Marko. I think I washed out the contrast using the radial filter to highlight the subject and burn the outer water. Thanks for the tip. Might try reprocessing later.
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    Fisheye works well here - i might try to open up the blacks by 15-25% if this were mine.
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