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    Camera: canon G6
    I used sepia mode for this and slightly changed the brightness using photostudio software
    C&C welcome
    Last edited by Jeanette.z; 19th August 2006 at 09:59 PM.

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    actually its really a nice shot..
    maybe u can make it slightly better by PSing until the two men are sharp in focus...

    that might make it A+......

    currently its only a grade A only

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    nice silhouette, but would prefer a wider frame ... not comfortable with this sepia tone, but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin
    nice silhouette, but would prefer a wider frame ... not comfortable with this sepia tone, but that's just me.
    thanks!
    is that true that most pro pp prefer true B&W rather than sepia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanette.z
    thanks!
    is that true that most pro pp prefer true B&W rather than sepia?
    nope. i just don't like this particular sepia tone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richliow
    actually its really a nice shot..
    maybe u can make it slightly better by PSing until the two men are sharp in focus...

    that might make it A+......

    currently its only a grade A only
    eh..do I go to 'filter' to sharpen in PS? or should I use a bigger aperature when I was taking the photo?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin
    nope. i just don't like this particular sepia tone.
    yup, I just remembered I PSed it such that the tone is kopi o instead of kopi, it does seems a bit stressful
    thanks, should leave it as it was

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanette.z
    thanks!
    is that true that most pro pp prefer true B&W rather than sepia?
    Where did you hear this from? I think it really depend on the photo itself. Some will look great in B&W while others will look good in sepia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbma
    Where did you hear this from? I think it really depend on the photo itself. Some will look great in B&W while others will look good in sepia.
    from some photography book but I nv find it true (but then I'm not pro as well)
    guess u r right, depend on the mood

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    looks more like camping

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquesvile
    looks more like camping
    true
    how to make the fishline to be seen? need the light to be at a certain angle?

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