One for CC...

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EL2
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One for CC...

Finally took the Tamron off my camera and swap it with the 85mm. With all the lens talk, I thought it be nice to use the ones I haven't really used in a while.

f3.2, 1/60 (oops), ISO 500

And just for fun. My hairy, stinky doggie!

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aw what a cute dog! Biggrin hehe the first pic is nice. nice conversion there. a little too soft though but you know that already Blum 3

Joined: 03/16/15
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I like the conversion too! and the light in the eyes is amazing! Im not diggin the bright spots on the shirt sleeve(?) area tho. But its such a sweet expression, that it really doesnt matter!

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Very cute pic. I am not a big fan of how pink the conversion looks but that could very well be the green background on the forum. Screws me up with B&W's all the time.

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Awe... lovely!

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oh, love the first one, so sweet!!! is there pink in your conversion? (not sure if I'm seeing things on my monitor, so I thought I'd ask). and love the doggy, sharp photo!

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oooh, do you have more like #1? Nice.. watch the bright spot (her cheek). How did you do your conversion?

EL2
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The conversion I did gradient map and then added a warming filter and adjusted the opacity. The warming filter is a bit orange, maybe that's why it looks pink lmao.

Here is another one...

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can I see one without the warming filter?

you really got great eye captures here!