Jubilee Park

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  1. bubblegoose

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    Just going through a few shots from a while back that I never got time to edit. There are a lot to get through, just taking them set by set.


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  2. Souljah

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    I quite like the first one, looks like a postcard :)
     
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    Cheers mate :thumbup:
     
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    Yep, the first is a definite keeper.
     
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    I reckon they're all fantastic. #6 my fav, #3 the weakest for me.
     
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    Cheers guys :) i'll keep up the good work... :p
     
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    Nice series here would have to agree with the others thou that number 1 is probably the pick from me as well.
     
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    Nice series, #2 is my favorite :thumbup:
     
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    I'd have to agree, Number 1 is my favourite, followed by 2 as a close second. (that's why I put them first :p )
     
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    Nice pics BG. For me there is a nice insight on the rule of thirds here. To my eyes, number one looks completely natural, appealing and interesting - doesn't matter to me that her head is mid-photo (horizontally).

    Ta for sharing.

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    Cheers :thumbup:

    It's made a pleasure by all the great people on OCAU :)
     
  12. !nsane

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    Really like the set mostly, but small nitpick is that the hair seems to blend in a little?
     
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    +1.

    Nice set, but #2 is my fave also.
     
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    nice work :thumbup: straight sepia or some weird cross processing preset?

    odd focus on #5 though.
     
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    Nah I don't use presets haha. Although I did use the copy paste in lightroom, then individually tweaked the shots. :) glad you like them mate.

    In terms of processing, I Think I reduced saturation, pulled the greens down, did some stuff with clarity, contrast, brightness etc. Added a slight
     

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