Snow in the garden

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  1. stonedcamel

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    Nice set - 1st and last for me + the icicles are quite nice too - but gonna number them to make commenting easier ? :)

    Jim
     
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    You're welcome ;)

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  5. Darthchaffinch

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    The first one is really nice- not sure on the last one.
     
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    Nice shot .#3 is perfect and my fav.

    Cheers
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  7. mark1000

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    I like #3, shame about the blue washing line though, could you clone it out ;)

    Mark.
     
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    They're all pretty impressive:thumbsup:
     
  9. Prize78

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    Yeah, a nice set mate.
     
  10. stonedcamel

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    thanks guys

    as for cloning out the washing line, the only kind of photoshopping i like to do is changing to black and white etc.... i dont agree with changing a picture from something you took
     
  11. mark1000

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    Fare enough, i wasn't suggesting you fake it, just clone out something that is distracting, sorry if your peed off with the suggestion.

    Mark.
     
  12. stonedcamel

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    i know, im not having a go and everyone has opinions....

    decided im going to start posting more

    thanks again
     
  13. senu

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    The pics are nice especially the first 2 #4 is also eyecatching

    I also agree that what you do to your pics is down to you
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    PP need not be limited to mono conversion and well meant PP suggestions will come unless you say you don't want them

    Making it aesthetically better by removing a distracting object that could not be be helped during shooting is very valid and may be on far more pics you view than you realise
    It is part of enhancing rather than misrepresenting, and is one of Photoshops more powerful tools
     
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    Nice pics. I am hoping to do some snow shots but so far, no snow ! Just a lot of heavy frost.
     
  15. RajP

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    #1 for me too.... Good collection though...:thumbsup:

    Raj
     

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