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Robert,

 

this is a most difficult light situation. You mastered that problem very well. The man with just one lightseam is great. There is still texture in the dark part which is astonishing.

Lovely image - maybe reduce the highlights a little on the food?

 

Gerry

 

Iduna and Gerry, thank you for your kind comments - I have begun to realise that I need to work on my photoshop skills, people are often surprised when I explain that most of my images are straight out of the camera with a little cropping or sharpening.  I'll do some work on the concept of 'layers' and see if that doesn't do the trick...

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I like the image Robert...good overall sense of 'what is occurring here?"... I would do some light work on the lighting, perhaps 'burn' the food a bit....:-) Nice going though, jim

Thanks - I'll do some work on the food cabinet  - I should be fine with that as I'm always burning food...

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Iduna and Gerry, thank you for your kind comments - I have begun to realise that I need to work on my photoshop skills, people are often surprised when I explain that most of my images are straight out of the camera with a little cropping or sharpening.  I'll do some work on the concept of 'layers' and see if that doesn't do the trick...

 

Robert

 

If you have access to it, you may find LR is easier/better.

 

Gerry

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Yeah, intriguing and menacing movie-style shot. You could expect something bad happening any moment.

 

I was pleased that the shot has a certain mood to it - for the record the gentleman in the photo broke out into a big smile and we exchanged a few pleasant words before moving on.

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Robert, with your permission, I played a little with your excellent shot to see what I can get, but details are unfortunately washed away in the highlights!

 

 

 

Thanks Louis - I think I'll have to go back to the original image and see what can be done

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