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    This was taken using the 5DMKIV and 25-105F4L, transferred to my iPad mini and processed in Snapseed....its a bit extreme but I 'd welcome any comments

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    Brian Vickers LRPS

    brianvickersphotography.com

    #2
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    think I would rather see a standard process with photoshop to compare
    Stan - LRPS, CPAGB, BPE2*

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      #3
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      I 'almost' like it but as you say. it is a bit extreme.

      John

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        #4
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        Here is the original and a mono conversion in LR with clarity increased and vignette added.....not sure how that bin disappeared and reinstated itself

        _OME4010-2 by brianvickers

        _OME4010-3 by brianvickers
        Brian Vickers LRPS

        brianvickersphotography.com

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          #5
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          Out of the three, I prefer the third one.

          John

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            #6
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            Second one for me, not keen on the third, its not to my taste
            Ian

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              #7
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              The first is too extrems for me too. Just to be awkward I think the second but just in mono (or the third but remove the vignette which I assume gives the same result!)
              Chris
              80D - 10-18 IS STM - 15-85 IS USM - 55-250 IS STM - 50 f/1.8 STM - 100-400L IS II USM - 100 f/2.8L Macro - 1.4x III

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                #8
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                Thanks for your input....I can understand the first one would be unpopular....a bit like scratching up a new guitar or buying ripped jeans to mimic character or history....I think I prefer a plain mono.....and I think I agree with removing the vignette....black and white is all that's needed here.

                Thanks again!

                (No offence intended to anyone who buys vintage styled jeans by the way)
                Brian Vickers LRPS

                brianvickersphotography.com

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                  #9
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                  The third for me as well. As far as the bin goes, there are remnants from the removal including a displaced shadow on the sidewalk from where it used to sit. Probably better that it came back from its hiding spot LOL!
                  https://www.flickr.com/photos/23748789@N02/

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                    #10
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                    Third for me as well

                    Tom

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                      #11
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                      As they say, it's in the eye of the beholder. I don't find the "real" shots particularly attractive, but I quite like the "treated" one. However, I would prefer to see it with a lighter vignette, perhap fading rather than darkening.
                      Martin

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