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French Horn,

By chuckspics
at a recent picnic, this local music group were playing for the crowd to dance too. the Horn player was deep into the songs, did some manipulations , enjoy them, Chuck

Tags: Photo journalism Music Concentration Close-up and macro Portraits and people Sounds

Voters: Bob_V, goso, whiteswan01 and 13 more


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Bob_V 8 1 2 United States
17 Aug 2008 12:39AM
What great work Chcuk, V3 for me, love the distortion.
Bob

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Bob_V 8 1 2 United States
17 Aug 2008 12:39AM
What great work Chuck, V3 for me, love the distortion.
Bob
goso 9 2 1 Australia
17 Aug 2008 12:40AM
Well done again Chuck - tell me - does a French Horn only play French songs ?..........Bill
17 Aug 2008 1:05AM
well done again nice effects
Dawn
chuckspics 9 14 United States
17 Aug 2008 4:45AM
thanks free bern for the crop,and sugestion and GOSO if you play a french horn, and dont know how its all greek to me, Chuck
KangaGal 8 66 Australia
17 Aug 2008 6:35AM
I'm amazed that this shot gives the effect in 5. That's a winner for me.
Jenny
mrswoolybill Plus
9 927 1463 United Kingdom
17 Aug 2008 11:06AM
Clever set, but it's v1 for me, a great study in concentration and gentle reflections.
Moira
17 Aug 2008 3:07PM
Great series, the last one really works.
JimV 10 6 3 Canada
18 Aug 2008 2:50AM
Agree with Scaramanga, the tight crop works well Chuck, but I like your manipulations too!
Rgds., Jim
ketch 8 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
18 Aug 2008 8:27PM
Hi Chuck - I really like this image and I also really like all the different treatments excellent work - there is one constant throughout though that I find distracting an dyou have th e power to do something about it - the poor guys spot is there in every manipulation. I know you use PSP - so how about a version with the spot warped out - its probably what Paintshop and Photoshop were invented for!

But really superb work

Best wishes

Robert
18 Aug 2008 10:13PM
great set of images chuck...and goso's comment made me laugh must be ozzie humour.....peter
ketch 8 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
19 Aug 2008 8:55PM
Chuck - that works a treat - I am no longer distracted (I must tell you a very amusing story about a grandmother with a large blemish on her nose one of these days) - good work.

Best wishes

Robert
27 Aug 2008 3:29AM
Great manipulations and series. Well done.
Mona

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