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Apr 04, 2017 11:31 |  #1

Ok.. Two different edits on the same picture... Both are pretty extreme edits (Structure, Vignetting, Tonal, etc...)

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And not so much edits :)!

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Apr 04, 2017 23:52 |  #2

I like the 3rd the best. I like the warm tones of the color shots, and the 2nd is just too much vignette for my taste.

I find the water droplets on them to be a little distracting, and a bit out of place since they appear to be sitting on a counter top.

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Apr 05, 2017 02:57 as a reply to  @ cmh512's post |  #3

Thanks for the feedback


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Apr 05, 2017 08:20 |  #4

I like the black and white best, the third second.. the third I would tweak for less green.


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Apr 05, 2017 13:01 |  #5

I'm with the third and less green.


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Apr 05, 2017 14:23 |  #6

Yuu haven't observed the first rule of photographing fly fishing rods, ie., show the brand so everyone knows how expensive they are. If they're Sage, just take a photo of the logo, in B&W of course....


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Apr 05, 2017 23:52 |  #7

welshwizard1971 wrote in post #18320361 (external link)
Yuu haven't observed the first rule of photographing fly fishing rods, ie., show the brand so everyone knows how expensive they are. If they're Sage, just take a photo of the logo, in B&W of course....


That's news to me. The outside 2 are sage, and middle is Orvis. Not sure how to accomplish that, and still have the reels. I'll have to work on it.


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