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  1. Bilko

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    That's a cracking shot.
     
  2. posiview

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    Hi, there, I like the clinical feel of your secure. I'd prefer if the bracket wasn't visible to the left.

    Industrial, yeah, I like the B&W bleakness of this one. The wisps of smoke from the towers really adds to the feel of the photograph.

    Cheers.
     
  3. Dark Knight

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    That's a really nice shot Trevor - I love the way the smoke is at a similar angle to the sun rays, really looks good, Nice processing too, suits the theme (y)
     
  4. zeb

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    Thank you all, the rays only came out for 5 mins was really lucky

    Cheers Alby this wasn’t my first choice of location but got a bit of right place at right time for the light.

    Thank you was wanting a red sky really :LOL:
     
  5. zeb

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    Thank you Robert

    yes your right about the bracket have the retake on my Flickr

    Thank you Dark night it was good to get outdoors to get a shot this week
     
  6. Joshwain

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    Great shot, the weather didn't let you down :) Look forward to more :)
     
  7. sturisoma

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    yep, this is how industry shots should look, dirty and dark :) :LOL: love it
     
  8. Southdowns

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    Ah good old Fawley! I thought of getting exactly that shot, but I doubt I'd have achieved as good a result. Love the sky and the conversion.
     
  9. Manc Man

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    nice shot, as others have said i like the B+W. would be nice to see the colour if you have it still.
     
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    Like the processing on your industry pic Trevor, works very well adding some great atmosphere to the scene
     
  11. Donnie

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    Great shot, I'd be tempted to crop a little of the water off the bottom as the industry and that sky are the real shot.
     
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    That is exactly what I had in mind for my industry shot, but where I failed miserably, you have had spectacular success. A really nice image that I like a lot.
     
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    Liking Industry a lot, love the rays and PP.
     
  14. zeb

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    Thank you all for the good comments
     
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    Thanks Darren the colour version is on my frickr
     
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    Cheers Paul I did look at cropping it a bit but wasn’t happy with how it looked so I kept it to within the rule of thirds
     
  17. zeb

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    Week 7 Root

    Struggled a bit this I’ve week had a few idea’s but though I would go with this one not a 100% happy with the pp as I had trouble opening it in Photoshop because it was bank notes there must be some kind of filter to recognise this, :shrug:

    The only editing I could do was in the raw converter then save it as a jpeg.

    Anyway it’s the Root of all evils some would say


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    Hi, quite like this one and bang on theme...first one to do this interpretation so well done.

    It looks a little orange on my laptop.

    Hmm, note sure about the black BG...maybe closer in or crop?

    Cheers.
     
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    Good thinking Trev. That one didn't occur to me, reckon l could do with being a bit more evil though:)
     
  20. Donnie

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    Definitely a good and different take :)

    Also looks a little orange here though
     
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    Your industry shot works really well for me too.
    The diagonal lines and use of long lens both work well.
    And is perfect in gritty B&W. Mike
     
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    I was toying with trying the same idea. Think I agree with the previous comments about the WB. Still a good image though and unique take on the theme. (y)
     
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    I love the take on the theme that didn't even come to me well done great shot
     
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    Great interpretation of Root, it does look a bit orange though. Otherwise, great shot (y)
     
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    Cracking industry shot, love it. Like the root shot too, although as others have mentioned it does look a little orange, other than that a good shot and great take on the theme.
     
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    Good shot for root. I was thinking about this take as well, but went with something different. I think a closer crop would look good, and I see an orange cast too, it looks ok though.
     
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    :nono: it's the love of it

    Good interpretation of the theme, well thought out (y)
     
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    Good interpretation but I agree the WB is out. :D
     
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    Hi Trevor
    Root - clever idea. You won't be surprised to know that it shows orange on my pc too!:D

    Strange about not being able to open in Photoshop. i must try that.

    And over 100 quid - you going on the Classifieds soon:thinking:
     
  30. zeb

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    Thank you for all your comments
    I agree with the WB issue of it looking a bit orange, on doing my Raw Processing I then tried to open to CS5 and got the following :banghead:
    I found the only thing I could do was to save it strait as a Jpeg but it saved with the Orange tint to it and being unable to open it in Photoshop I had to go with what I had. :shrug:

    Have now managed to open in photoshop and posted my edit on my Flickr (y)


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    lol, in case you wanna print your own?

    in Low Fell (Gateshead) there's a church with a huge sign outside saying 'the love of money is the root of all evil' and that's all I could think of while doing this week's theme :LOL:
     
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    Now that's what you call a smart program :LOL:
     
  33. Dark Knight

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    That's a cracking idea Trevor... theme wise, on the money (y)
     
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    Hi Trevor


    superb shot for Industry...love the processing...really adds to the feel of industry :clap:

    Root....crit on the color cast's been mentioned...can't belive an editing programm is set to not allow you to edit a note ! Agree with andy re the crop to lose the BG thoug...or maybe pile the money closer to get BG all the way round :thinking:

    Onwards & upwards to week 8 (y)
     
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    Nice idea. Harry Enfield would like it too, even with tint.
     
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    You cant edit it! How clever I guess...

    Nice idea and nice shot.
     
  37. Bilko

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    I like the money shot. Good take on root.
     
  38. zeb

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    Week 8 Handmade.

    I had a shot lined up for this week that was until Alby got there first :banghead:, so I have gone with my second choice borrowed this off my girlfriend as she used to make the flies for fly fishing and she still had a few left over, this was my first real go at macro and found it very hard to get the focus right and get a big DOF and lighting as this thing was so small, to give you an idea of the size its mounted on a normal everyday needle


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  39. Joshwain

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    Nice shot and interpretation.

    Your girlfriend must have a precise hand!
     
  40. St-ephen

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    Well done for a first macro! A sedge I think? It's always said that the eye has to be in focus, and it is :) Nice.
     

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