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    Ken

    I continue to be wow'ed by how well your pictures work living in the "middle grey" zones.

    Is this a function of your developer, or how you set levels in photoshop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashlee52 View Post
    I continue to be wow'ed by how well your pictures work living in the "middle grey" zones.

    Is this a function of your developer, or how you set levels in photoshop?
    With your permission, I will share one of my short essays, entitled "The Secret of Beautiful Photographs":

    Beautiful subjects.

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    I can't read your essay as the link seems broken.......so my two cents. To me the most interesting photographs tend to be ugly subjects seen beautifully. The contrast is very dynamic.
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    I'm surprised about the link, but I actually shared the essay below. Title aside, it's 2 words long.

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    Short and sweet!
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    I hope my previous posts didn't sound rude, I was just trying to be concise.

    I may be wrong, but it seems to me that in Fine Art photography, the most important factor is tonality. Tonality is to a photograph, what flavor is to food.
    Last edited by Ken Lee; 15-Oct-2011 at 07:05.

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