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Daisymaye 11 23 16 Canada
26 Mar 2018 3:48PM
Excellent candid. Very good details throughout. Love the dog watching you.

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26 Mar 2018 6:50PM
Love the composition, but HDR or detail extractor a wee bit overdone ?
af1 7 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2018 7:41PM

Quote:Excellent candid. Very good details throughout. Love the dog watching you.
Hello there many thanks for the comment ...Alan
af1 7 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2018 7:43PM

Quote:Love the composition, but HDR or detail extractor a wee bit overdone ?
Hello there yes l agree one problem l had was if l reduced the HDR it became very flat as a image ...appreciate the comment...Alan
Daisymaye 11 23 16 Canada
29 Mar 2018 8:46PM
I find in b&w a little over done can be ok. I love it.
af1 7 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2018 9:05PM

Quote:I find in b&w a little over done can be ok. I love it.
Hello there many thanks for the comment always a learning curve for me and great to have the comments...Best Wishes Happy Easter Alan.
KingArthur 13 8 Malta
5 Apr 2018 10:34AM
Wonderful street photography and a pretty good candid Alan. Although perhaps a tad overcooked in HDR, I still like the lovely effect you created here, well done.

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af1 7 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2018 12:45PM

Quote:Wonderful street photography and a pretty good candid Alan. Although perhaps a tad overcooked in HDR, I still like the lovely effect you created here, well done.

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Hi Joe yes l agree with your comment the problem l had was that when l reduced the HDR the shot became quite 'flat' looking......Alan
9 Apr 2018 10:29PM
Great photo, love that effect. I'm not familiar with the K70, was the effect created in camera or after?
af1 7 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2018 10:34PM

Quote:Great photo, love that effect. I'm not familiar with the K70, was the effect created in camera or after?
Hello the k70 does have the hdr feature but l prefer my software which is more flexible l use SERIF AFFINITY although there are some free down loads on the internet... thanks for the vist Regards ALAN.
9 Apr 2018 10:41PM
Thanks for that Alan. I'll have a look at that program. I've been using Photoshop 2 for some years but it's stuck on my old PC that is failing!

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