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This is a discussion on Surreal within the Black and White - Monochrome/Monotone - photography forum forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Nicely done MA!...

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    Nicely done MA!

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    Cool shot, MA. I like it as well with that awesome reflection.
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    Thanks Guys

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    Well done MA

    ok you got me.. How did you do this in broad daylight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpio_e View Post
    Well done MA

    ok you got me.. How did you do this in broad daylight?
    Thanks Scorpio.
    All I did really was crop out the sky, convert to B&W, heavy on the levels ... duplicate so I could brighten the tree, then mask and blend.

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    Nice one MA...I've always wondered just what "broad daylight " is

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    Gotta go with the others here...it has an almost fairly-like/outerworldly appeal to it.
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    Thanks Casil and M

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Aussie View Post
    Thanks Scorpio.
    All I did really was crop out the sky, convert to B&W, heavy on the levels ... duplicate so I could brighten the tree, then mask and blend.
    Love your vision on you post processing
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