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    Quote Originally Posted by phantasia
    haha thanks! First time hear pple call me by name in CS. Look forward to more works from u!
    and from you too

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    wow..dis is one of your better series. i like how you start with the guy getting ready to play the guitar and end it wif a closeup of a man singing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isomers007
    wow..dis is one of your better series. i like how you start with the guy getting ready to play the guitar and end it wif a closeup of a man singing.
    thanks!!

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    Hi Snipe!
    what more can i say? Love your conversion to b&w too.. care to share your techniques?
    thanks
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    a lot of super close up

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtong
    not bad. any cropping done?
    Nope.. shot as per seen. Yeah I was using a tele for all the shots so it's magnificently close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agila
    Hi Snipe!
    what more can i say? Love your conversion to b&w too.. care to share your techniques?
    thanks
    Basic conversion to B&W, then bump up the contrast (say around +20 or more), use the burning and dodging tool to do the shadows and highlights. Add rendered lightings for vignetting effect

    heh heh.. try it out yourself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    Basic conversion to B&W, then bump up the contrast (say around +20 or more), use the burning and dodging tool to do the shadows and highlights. Add rendered lightings for vignetting effect

    heh heh.. try it out yourself!
    Thanks for sharing.. i'll try it later
    San Francisco Bay Area California Wedding Photographer
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