Weekly Rick448 52 Challenge 2020 - Something old and technique added.

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B&W for me. Good take. Almost a social commentary when we're eventually told that we can't leave our homes at all..
 
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Mono processing in the first shot makes it for me.
 
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Despite not having a lot of time, you've done a really good job there :)
Nicely composed, nice mix of colours and great for technique too.
Beautiful plant and nicely framed.
Lovely... especially for a "quick shot".
For the 'quick shot' that's very nicely done. great colours.
For a quick shot you did rather well. Great colours and lovely light!
I like the composition here, and the colours are great too. Nice job
Nice composition, lovely colours - what's not to like especially for a grab shot!
Thanks everyone, hopefully I will find some time on Monday to take a look at other's efforts. :)
 
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Time - again, a quick grab in between sorting stuff out today, I was hoping to get a chance to get my studio lights out and do this properly, but alas no. I will try and do some better shots another time.

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I like the wooden substrate and the use of DoF, really works well (nice classic watch too ;) )
Thanks both, it doesn't get anywhere near the use it should nowadays, It shares its time with the PAM312, but for 95% of the time I wear my Garmin Fenix 5.
 
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Nice composition and use of DoF I'd be happy with that for a quick set up.
Once I get time I am really goping to try something more planned, i'll start by making sure the watch is fully clean and dust free! :)
I quite like the angle of the 1st option Mark
I like that angle too, just a shame I wasn't able to control the shadows / reflections better, but this would have meant a lot of faffing about.
Think you picked the right one - and another very happy Fenix wearer - huge upgrade from the 2 I was wearing until about 18 months ago!
Fenix 5 is my first Garmin, I was using a Fitbit prior to this, it is hugely better in pretty much every way. :)
 
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That's a very nice setup you've got there, plenty of structure in the wood against the metal of the watch works very well! My favourite PoV is #2.
 
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Here is my snappers choice and high key...

I am trying to send a bit of time in here while I am stuck here for 12 -14 hours a day.

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Wow, that's a well equipped home gym! I like the composition and the processing! That's very much high key!
 
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Wow, that's a well equipped home gym! I like the composition and the processing! That's very much high key!
It’s actually at work. My home gym is much less well appointed.
 
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