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The Highlands in B & W

Discussion in 'B&W' started by vagabondino, Feb 17, 2017.

  1. vagabondino

    vagabondino Active Member

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    A few in B & W from the Scottish Highlands. All with XT1, X70 and X100T.

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    Very nice set...I really like your processing too!
    The first and last are best for me...is the last one Callanish?
     
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    I'll second that.
     
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    The processing is minimal. Just a few tweaks in LR. I don't want to overprocess at all.

    Callanish, however, is different. It is a composite of about 6-7 shots. The lighting is the torch of my iPhone.
     
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    Love your pictures last one is even magical. Sad to see you killing them with your enormous and so contrasting signature.
     
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    Yeah, I don't like it either. My name is too long. But I thought I'd rather add it in the hope bad people won't lift the picts and use them elsewhere without paying me a tremendous amount of £££££$$$$$
     
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    Nice pictures, I would urge you to remove your name... not being rude, but the writing stands out too much and is very off-putting
     
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    Nice set of pictures, my favourite No. 1
     
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    I see photography as an art....and Callanish is especially an outstanding work of art here.
     
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    Vagabondino....but a bad person could easily remove your signature in Lightroom in a couple of minutes. Never the less a wonderful set, thanks.
     

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