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6th of December 2006 (Wed), 12:34
This is a shot taken with black and white film. (Canon Rebel) After processing the print I noticed that the negative was damaged, and had affected the print, making it unusable for class. I love the shot itself, and was advised by my friends here to scan the photo, and fix the damaged areas in photoshop.
Here is the finished product:
(borders added in photoshop to mimic the mounting it would have originally had)
Thanks for looking.
6th of December 2006 (Wed), 12:41
I like that. Lovely control on the focus, Cat.
6th of December 2006 (Wed), 12:57
Cat, that is a fantastic shot. Very well done!!!
6th of December 2006 (Wed), 14:34
Love the shot Cat, tevin is very talented! :)
6th of December 2006 (Wed), 15:10
Wonderful Cat! I love the shot and agree that Tevin is a very talented young man :) He must get that from his mom.
6th of December 2006 (Wed), 15:13
Holy Cr@p Cat! Well done! :)
6th of December 2006 (Wed), 15:31
Nice shot stranger. Stop by and say hi sometime!
6th of December 2006 (Wed), 16:33
Thanks everyone! :D :D :D
Stop by and say hi sometime!
Hi Dan!!! :D
6th of December 2006 (Wed), 18:44
Well done, Cat, I'm glad you were able to save it via technology and your Photoshop skills.
7th of December 2006 (Thu), 04:50
Very nice, Cat. Well done.
Just the right amount of depth of field and just the right shutter speed too to get the movement of the dirt.
8th of December 2006 (Fri), 13:58
this photo reminds me of the poem by William Blake...
To see a world in a grain of sand, And a heaven in a wildflower: Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour. -- William Blake
8th of December 2006 (Fri), 14:00
That is a beautiful quote j5uh. It does fit perfectly, thank you!
Thank you again everyone for all the kind words. :D
8th of December 2006 (Fri), 14:30
I like the shot and composition, although if I were taking it I would have included just one hand or would have put the hands together, for some reason I find the two separate hand somewhat distracting.
12th of December 2006 (Tue), 23:52
Thank you for your input Citizen. I hadn't looked at it that way before. Now I think I will try retaking it. Digital, this time. ;)
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