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Post Options Post Options   Quote Macca Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 September 2022 at 23:01
Temple wood standing stone circle and burial cists, Kilmartin Glen.c.3000 BC
Temple wood standing stone circle, Kilmartin Glen by Macca h, on Flickr
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Bospad by T Snijder, on Flickr

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Basil's thread on Yellowstone made me remember how great B&W's from Yellowstone can be:

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Experimenting with Silver Effex 3



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I really like the first one. Well done!
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Wonderful images, but in this case I really feel there's nothing to be gained and so much to be lost by leaving out the brilliant colouring.
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Originally posted by Jozioau Jozioau wrote:

Wonderful images, but in this case I really feel there's nothing to be gained and so much to be lost by leaving out the brilliant colouring.

Sure.
First of all: You have to try new software somehow
Then, it's true that the colors get lost. But the structure of the feathers and the sunlit waves shows better.
But fear not: I will turn to other subjects in my quest to try the NIK software.
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