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Thinking ...
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Copyright: Jan Sleeckx (janneman) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 314 W: 7 N: 164] (1054)
Genre: People
Medium: Black & White
Date Taken: 2008-09-06
Categories: Event, HPP [Heavily Post-Processed]
Camera: Nikon D200
Exposure: f/2.8, 1/2000 seconds
More Photo Info: [view]
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2009-12-09 7:51
Viewed: 2004
Points: 2
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
about his big flatscreen and sixpack at home ?

Photo taken during an event in our town.
It's an educational actors company who like to tell
and show us how it was in the Middle Ages.

Tech :

in RAW convertor

- converted to B/W
always forgotten to tell this in the previous ones
- corrected exposure
- illuminated his face a bit

in PS

- removed two wooden poles behind his back
( normally I'm no fan of cloning, but here I had fun ! )
- resized and sharpen for TL ( no crop )

Hope you like it


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To CAROL50: no excuse :-)janneman 3 02-22 11:23
To Dingo: " Tita tovenaar "janneman 1 12-21 11:31
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  • Dingo Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2505 W: 368 N: 2626] (11966)
  • [2009-12-20 12:11]
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Qua cloning: prachtwerk, zie het niet. Qua b&w: het overhemd is een beetje overbelicht, en over het algemeen vind ik 'm nogal grijs. Ik denk dat er nog een beetje meer contrast in mocht gezeten hebben. Maar da's mijn mening, ik ben geen z/w expert zoals je wel weet.

  • CAROL50 Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 853 W: 113 N: 2287] (8960)
  • [2010-02-21 7:43]
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Thinking ! Can't say he is doing otherwise , bang on the tilte Jan, your cloning part is good work for i have no clue as to where the poles were originally , i applaud to that , i like the B&W rendition for this type of image , after all it represents a passage in the Middle-Ages , you could contrast a little more, you did not pay attention to the bright elements in this scene my friend as you have lost quite some details in there , i can understand the difficulty here , yet no excuse , lolol !
Take care buddy,

Hi Jan. Good candid shot, a moment well captured. The fact that your extensive PP work is not detectable is a credit to you. Thanks for sharing. Regards Phil.

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