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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom J McDonald View Post
    Asher, it would take a real wet printing master to print a Velvia 50 tranny in the darkroom to look like this picture.

    Well, what would be the order of the tasks? I'd be impressed to hear how folk might attempt this transformation!

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Harley Goldman View Post
    Mojave desert with a snowfall in the higher areas.




    Critiques or comments are always welcome.
    Awesome picture. Well balanced, lots to take in and it all works together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harley Goldman View Post
    Mojave desert with a snowfall in the higher areas.
    That's a great shot, Harley. My complements.

    It's an excellent example of why the "Rule of Thirds" is only a suggestion, not a rule.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Asher Kelman View Post
    Well, what would be the order of the tasks? I'd be impressed to hear how folk might attempt this transformation!
    That I can't answer. Sorry, I wasn't implying I am an expert.
    Last edited by Tom J McDonald; 3-Sep-2011 at 18:30. Reason: Grammar

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    Re: post your trees!

    I posted this last week. It is a more or less straight scan of the neg:


    0811 BW 45 012.jpg by urbanlandcruiser, on Flickr

    Last night I contacted printed it on g3 lodima using MAS amidol. I am very impressed with the difference. Of course it can be seen much better in the hand


    0811 BW 45 040.jpg by urbanlandcruiser, on Flickr
    Critique always welcome


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    Re: post your trees!

    Nice David.

    Tree at a the (at least in dryer times) edge of a swollen at the time river, 203 Ektar, #12 filter, TMY:


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    Re: post your trees!

    [QUOTE=atlcruiser;772797]I posted this last week. It is a more or less straight scan of the neg:


    0811 BW 45 012.jpg by urbanlandcruiser, on Flickr

    This is awesome! The large size is very impressive. Was it drum scanned?

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    Re: post your trees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by atlcruiser View Post
    I posted this last week. It is a more or less straight scan of the neg:


    0811 BW 45 012.jpg by urbanlandcruiser, on Flickr

    This is awesome! The large size is very impressive. Was it drum scanned?
    Thanks guys....not a drum scan. Just my v750 using the onboard scanning softwear with no real tweaks. I did import it into LR3 and maybe sharpen a touch, convert it to B+W (I scan in clr mode) and that is about it.

    I like the scan of the print much more
    Critique always welcome


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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Harley Goldman View Post

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    Nice!!

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    It's an excellent example of why the "Rule of Thirds" is only a suggestion, not a rule.
    The horizon is on the lower third. The dominant part of the tree (the trunk) is on the lower third. The branches are mostly on the upper third. The tree in the frame stretches just about perfectly from the left to the right third.

    I would contend that this image in fact is a great example of using thirds.
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