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Ink flow

Biscuit761

Well-known Member
Was at work minding my own business when "Beard" from downstairs in the workshop said

"Bill, got your camera with yer ?"

"Yep, although its only the D50, why ?"

"Somethin' interesting downstairs you might want to take a piccie off"

Being a bit dubious I popped out to the car and came back into the workshop, they had been doing some repairs to one of the big printers and had to run some ink off into a tray, when it was lifted out "Beard" noticed the colours all blending together and not having his camera with him (for once) thought he would let me know about it, glad he did.

All D50 with on camera flash, shot in RAW then processed in ACR / PSE6, all had a small amount of brightness / contrast tweaked and border added but aprt from that basically how they were.

Hope you like

1

[IMGLINK]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a218/Biscuit761/March%202008%20onwards/DSC_6958.jpg[/IMGLINK]

2

[IMGLINK]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a218/Biscuit761/March%202008%20onwards/DSC_6962.jpg[/IMGLINK]

3

[IMGLINK]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a218/Biscuit761/March%202008%20onwards/DSC_6964.jpg[/IMGLINK]

Really like them with the black border myself, hope you agree.

Bill
 
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TonyH

Active Member
last one is my favourite. I like the dots of colour on the right and the streaks of red on the left, feels more dynamic than the other two.
 

onefivenine

Well-known Member
They do look great.:thumbsup: I prefer the last two. The blue is a bit overpowering in #1.

They look like they could be a satellite image or something.

You could sabotage the printer so they create more for you :devil: ;)
 

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