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    Working with "Soft" images

    These are the first of two in a series. I am of want to think of them as visual "Haiku's."

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    Working with "Soft" images

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    Re: Working with "Soft" images

    One more from that same locale.

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    Re: Working with "Soft" images

    They are very nice, Chris. I especially like the first one; it's one that I could hang up. Timing couldn't have been better because I've recently been experimenting with softening some of my older images just to see how they compare.

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    Re: Working with "Soft" images

    Chris, I dunno what a visual haiku is, but for me the second shot is awesome! I really like the soft background and the sharp detail of the foreground. Great photo.

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    Re: Working with "Soft" images

    I wish you could see the first one as a full tiff image at 18 inches by 6 inches...it captures your attention and holds it for a long time. I'm entering it a local comeptition next week...I think it stands a chance at a prize.

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    Re: Working with "Soft" images

    Good luck with that Chris

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    Re: Working with "Soft" images

    Amazing work Chris. I like the first one. Good luck!

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