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Thanks Bernd, your comments are much appreciated I was using the DoF to try and focus on the lack of cheese in the Babybell skin.book - well composed and I like the processing and the colours. What I don't as much is the ultra shallow DoF...
transport - I love the processing of the truck in colour! Well captured and interesting backstory.
Thanks, the photo doesn't really do it justice, I will take some better shots when I have more time.No idea about the book but I like the composition and that missing cheese.
Wow, what a beautiful model and such a talented man to build that.
Thanks, it is quite well known in business / leadership circles. Quite an interesting read to be honest,.Nice shot - never heard of the book
Thanks, the colour cast was through the processing filter.That's a great model and a lovely thing to have as a memory of your father. I prefer the mono version.. on my screen the colour has a bit of a purple cast... or perhaps that was deliberate?
Thanks,Nice model truck, nice story behind it too. I think I prefer the B&W of the 2.
Book. Nice idea and execution, though I've never heard of the book.
Transport. Lovely model and story. I prefer the mono version as I think the colour of the background detracts from the truck in the first pic.
Book. Never heard of the book,but the picture is great.
Transport. Nice subject and nice backstory. Think the black and white is the better photo, but think the colour one does it more justice, if that makes sense.
Nice story regarding the Model, I prefer the colour version as it shows the work better.
Never heard of that book.
Thanks all, much appreciatedTransport
That's a really impressive bit of model making.
Nice work - I like the repeating houses, and it works in B&W.
Mono works well. Nice fencing too and looks like everyone has the same too!
Thanks all, shame our view will soon be ruined by 90 new houses.Fence works well in mono, plenty of interesting shapes and lines to keep the eye moving. Nice job.
The houses are now 4 years old, we were the first to move in and so far none have needed replacing. We will se as and when... I used the LUT B&W filter from ON1 Photo raw. I like that better than the preset options or a specific B&W filter.I bet those fences don't stay so uniform over the years. The B&W processing gives it an almost otherworldly feel. Red filter maybe?
Yeah I agree.From the colour shot, it's certainly the reds that have been moved the most
With hindsight I agree a less shallow DoF would have been better in this caseBook - I would prefer to see more focus but it certainly works for the title you chose.
Transport - Great model, lots of love and care went into that and you have captured it well.
Fenced - I like the colour version best.
I prefer the B&W myself tooB&w for me, it shows off the light and dark of the fence panels better.