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Monday Macro

By cabinfever
This is a sink at my work. The tap was dripping and I caught sight of the water drops as I passed.

Out came the wee compact much to the amusement of my colleagues.

Converted to mono using channel mixer then a wee blip of the curves.
Would like to be able to control local areas better but I suppose that will come......

Tags: General Black and white Close-up and macro

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2 Feb 2009 9:57AM
Excellent detail

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Richsr Plus
10 91 223 England
2 Feb 2009 10:33AM
Like the details in this - well captured.
Regards Richard.
Very well done and obviously a good eye.
kaybee Plus
13 5.5k 25 Scotland
2 Feb 2009 10:39AM
I like it.

You using photoshop?
2 Feb 2009 10:40AM
This is a great shot. Well spotted. I would have been tempted to put the hole slightly more towards the centre of the picture, but not too much. You mention local adjustments, and I think the spokes in the hole need extra contrast/brightness. You´ve made me think I need to "borrow" my wifes compact more permanently.
2 Feb 2009 10:58AM

Quote:I like it.

You using photoshop?

Yeah, just started playing with it yesterday.
PS 6 I think.
NatalieKinnear 10 280 8
2 Feb 2009 11:14AM
Nicely observed.
Mjhearne Plus
11 432 4 Scotland
2 Feb 2009 11:31AM
Simple but very effective!!

thetriguy Plus
13 23 12 United States
2 Feb 2009 12:22PM
Very cool image. I agree with Roxy. Something simple but special though.
Best, Bill
Love this. The use of an "every day" subject to create a very good abstract image. Is this an on going thing, Monday Macro? I'd certainly like to be part of it.
I've got a kitchen sink macro link if you want to have a look.
2 Feb 2009 5:12PM
As mentioned above, I think the composition is a bit off, but well spotted capture nevertheless. Cheers, Tony.

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