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Untitled 1418 by JohnPeri Untitled 1418 by JohnPeri
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foureyes Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2012
..................I love this photo :+fav:
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messirelelion Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Now, that's a singular one in your collection, really beautiful !
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Necroguru Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011
Has a bashful/shy type of feel to it. Lovely.
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Saytos Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011
beautiful scene
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lordsargon Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011
Stunning composition. Wow. Bravo!!!
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AndrewShoemaker Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011  Professional Photographer
John, what do use for your black and white conversion? Love the tones in all of your work :)
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JohnPeri Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011
Thank you. No mystery, I desaturate and then vary the contrast. some people say the work is not contrasted enough, but it looks very different on my computer to what it does on the laptop and I never really know which one is correct.
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AndrewShoemaker Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011  Professional Photographer
I personally think high contrast looks good with the proper landscape, but the contrast you use with your work looks fantastic for models. Do you just use camera raw or something similar for your work?
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JohnPeri Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011
Until recently, I just worked with jpeg, but now more often than not I'm on RAW, it does leave a little more flexibility after all.
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AndrewShoemaker Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2011  Professional Photographer
It sure does....the biggest advantage I think, is being able to change the white balance after the fact. It does seem to take more work, but at least you can correct the photo to how you saw it and not just let the camera decide for you. What camera/lens combo do you normally use for your work?
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