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    Off-site negotiations

    There was a touch of Oscar Wilde to the chap holding forth...so I processed it to bring that out.
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    Re: Off-site negotiations

    this is really cool , kind'a tells a story

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    Re: Off-site negotiations

    Thanks Michael...appreciate your comment.

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    Re: Off-site negotiations

    Very nice, the figure in the middle looks like the arbitrator.

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    Re: Off-site negotiations

    I think those are on-site negotiations, not off-site.

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    Re: Off-site negotiations

    This 'storytelling' theme you've developed in your photography is wonderful. You could build up a novel around that image.

    How are you approaching post-processing with the likes of this image? What is it you're doing to get that 'look'.

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    Re: Off-site negotiations

    I really like the result, Sharon, but ... ditto Donald... how did you do that vignette? A gradient on the right and bottom? But the top left corner?
    Last edited by FootLoose; 5th February 2013 at 08:56 AM. Reason: Don't know right hand from left hand

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    Re: Off-site negotiations

    Thank you Donald and Greg.

    I used Silver efex Pro 2 and started with Antique plate II in order to bleach out some of the surrounding distractions and concentrate attention on the little group. I then changed the toning from sepia to B&W and saved that.

    Then I put it back into Sepro2 and applied the Triste filter which gives that low contrast feel I favour and then used the UPoint to make the final tweaks and brighten/ add fine structure to the faces to bring them out a little.

    Thank you for asking.

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