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Challenge: f/8 (Advanced Editing VII*)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Ricoh Ricoh GR
Date: Sep 6, 2015
Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/45
Date Uploaded: Sep 6, 2015

a pretty plain shot. cropped slightly, inverted, colours and contrast fiddled, and probably a colour swap. all global manipulations in Irfanview.

it was amazing to get so many colours out of it that way.

thanks to f8 and Ricoh.

Statistics
Place: 2 out of 67
Avg (all users): 7.0441
Avg (commenters): 8.8462
Avg (participants): 6.8857
Avg (non-participants): 7.2121
Views since voting: 1295
Views during voting: 148
Votes: 68
Comments: 43
Favorites: 12 (view)


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08/05/2017 08:21:55 PM
Well I missed out on this one (during my two year hiatus). Congrats!
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01/21/2016 07:42:02 PM
Based on our conversation in the earlier thread I decided to look at your work and thought I would let you know what I thought of this photograph:

I don't think this is overly processed, it is really well composed and the exposure and focus are really well done. I really like the post processing and it does look artistic but photo realistic in my opinion. This is something you should be proud of and I would hang it on my wall as art for sure.

This is not the type of over processing I was talking about. Good work and good luck.
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09/28/2015 12:37:24 PM
Sheesh!
40 comments!

Reminded me that I should play around again, I did it once, a long time ago for:
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Wonderfully balanced image to start off with.
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09/16/2015 01:39:58 PM
Just lovely, congratulations.
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09/15/2015 08:56:05 AM
Beyond beautiful.
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09/14/2015 06:40:15 PM
I cannot tell you how delightful this is to me, and happy I feel when looking at it.
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09/14/2015 04:37:13 PM
This is really lovely... so glad to see it was well received.
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09/14/2015 04:26:03 PM
congrats on the PB and the ribbon, Timothy! color manipulations are hard to pull off, good job
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09/14/2015 03:18:16 PM
Look at the fave's and comments.... Must be the most liked image in half-a-year..
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09/14/2015 02:17:41 PM
Just checked and my bump of 1 didn't push you above me, in fact, if I'd have scored it a 1 you'd probably still have beaten me ;)

Congratulations, my tip for the top but guess we were both close lol.
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09/14/2015 01:54:41 PM
Sweet T!
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09/14/2015 12:13:33 PM
Yep... this is wonderful!

Thanks for the explanation. It's perfectly done, Timothy.
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09/14/2015 11:37:32 AM
Yeah, in the woods on LSD no doubt, great stuff.
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09/14/2015 10:21:05 AM
Congrats! Can I print this?
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09/14/2015 09:16:29 AM
Woohoo Timothy, look at you turning into a ribbon hawg! Great work! And now you're eligible to enter Masters challenges :-)
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09/14/2015 07:54:18 AM
Way to go! So light and airy, beautiful.
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09/14/2015 06:51:14 AM
You're good at this inversion stuff, thought it would do well.
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09/14/2015 05:01:32 AM
Congrats on the ribbon!
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09/14/2015 04:33:29 AM
Love the processing. Congrats on the Red!
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09/14/2015 01:58:31 AM
wow. thank you. follows swiftly on the heels of my brown.
09/14/2015 01:22:38 AM
Ribbon hog. :)
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09/14/2015 01:00:46 AM
I would LOVE a print of this!! It is simply magical!
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09/14/2015 12:15:34 AM
Ha! I thought it was either you or skewsme. Congratulations! Beautiful.
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09/14/2015 12:06:00 AM
My stand alone 10. This got a gasp from me when I voted - which was late.
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09/14/2015 12:04:05 AM
Congrats, t. Sure do love me some inversion. Well done!
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09/14/2015 12:03:25 AM
Oh, that's lovely. Congratulations on your second Red ribbon.
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09/14/2015 12:02:32 AM
Congratulations on the red, Timothy! Beautiful work.
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09/14/2015 12:01:51 AM
sweet
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/13/2015 11:49:13 PM
Like a delicate illustration for a fairy tale.
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09/13/2015 11:25:36 PM
lovely
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09/13/2015 10:24:07 PM
I usually don't like heavy processing except for here. This works so beautifully, like a painting. 9.
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09/13/2015 09:45:01 PM
excellent use of inversion. I can never get inversion to work this well with this complexity.
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09/13/2015 08:41:12 PM
Beautiful processing. Has to be skewsme's.
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09/13/2015 08:28:30 PM
Beautiful; should be on a wall.
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09/13/2015 05:42:32 PM
Beautiful negation, a painting. 10 from me.
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09/13/2015 04:47:49 PM
A Japanese scroll
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09/13/2015 03:27:20 PM
An unusually successful color inversion or infrared technique, it seems. Whatever the method, this image brings a new dimension to the scene. and the DOF provided by the venerable f/8 works to bring it together. Bravo!

As a member of DPL's Team Underground, the bling I bestowed during the recent DPL had point value for the highly prized Underward. Now that DPL is over, my bling is "pointless" - as it should be, and has been re-imagined as such. Congratulations, you are among the first recipients of the POLM award. Click the thumbnail for a description.
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09/10/2015 03:12:55 PM
This is a neat technique. Very pleasant.
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09/09/2015 07:33:48 PM
I hope to see some notes about how this was done, for me it is head and shoulders above the other challenge entries (and you have some stiff competition) am guessing lots of work in post?

The background is like a fine painting and whilst I'm not sure about the blacks in the foreground I can't think of how it could be improved.

A bump of 1 means this is my first 10 in September and I expect to see this on the front page at the very least.
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09/09/2015 02:10:43 AM
This is something else, processing is magnificent, would love to see the notes afterwards.

Top 3
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09/08/2015 12:35:43 PM
This is great. I love the colors.
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09/07/2015 11:14:16 PM
What fabulous mix of over- and under-done!

I love this!
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09/07/2015 11:51:17 AM
Front page stuff
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