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Lost in travel, an image I like. Was it a fur coat that you followed? You separated the collar from the background vignetting? I like the image production. I like that it is once removed from stark clarity, and that the composition is challenging. A better image than it first appears, there is always something more. Complex. Light and composition.

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Thanks guys, what I have been doing is working in CS2 then using a velvia action/stark contrast, sandwiching with the orignal in smart objects then into lightroom with a couple of presets based on desaturated yellow/blue velvia simulations

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I'd get the parralax compensation on your M checked pronto, if you're chopping heads off like that!

 

Interesting technique. What does lightroom do over photoshop?

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I use lightroom as my raw convertor and it is usefull for scanned images as well, plus I can tweek tones in lightzone and changes are recognised in lightroom etc. With all the presets in lightroom it is easy for the batch those images that need very little work. Anyway between Lightroom, CS2, LightZone, Raw Convertor and Exposure I have fun and all that I use the wet darkroom for is physical negative abuse with sandpaper etc

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