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    Just Processed This

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    SD14 with Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC Macro Zoom
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    Re: Just Processed This

    Steaphany - Haven't heard from you for a while. Glad to see some of your work again.

    That's like being in a dream and induces the sense of floating away out into that space at the back.

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    Re: Just Processed This

    you know, its like you don't know what your looking at. looking up?.....or down from a plane, or is it clouds at all, deep sky nebula? funny you posted this, as im not usually a lover of heavily processed work, but this like one, like one i took last night just said do it.
    i like it, even for the fact it makes me wonder where it was taken (above or below)

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    Re: Just Processed This

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    That's like being in a dream and induces the sense of floating away out into that space at the back.
    That was exactly what I thought when I framed the image, especially since the color turned out to be that of a fire while lacking the form.

    Quote Originally Posted by darknight View Post
    im not usually a lover of heavily processed work, but this like one, like one i took last night just said do it. i like it
    This is minimally processed, Shot with my SD14 through my Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC Macro, A quick pass through Sigma Photo Pro 4.2 to bring out the contrast and convert to a tif, processed in Photoshop to drop it down to the presentation you see here. That's it !

    Quote Originally Posted by darknight View Post
    even for the fact it makes me wonder where it was taken (above or below)
    Here is a hint: This is an Aussie's view of a Texas Sunset.
    Last edited by Steaphany; 23rd September 2012 at 07:01 PM. Reason: typo

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