Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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andydansby
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I try not to comment on too many images, trying to concentrate on expansion of Photo-Reactor, but I really like the looks of this image. The flower really pops from the background for me. I like the grunge effect of the background and how the flower contrast against it. I can tell by looking that the flower has been enhanced by using some sort of shock filtering, but it's not taken to extreme, so it doesn't suffer from the over processed look.

Nice work

Andy Dansby

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Aren't you sweet? Thanks, Andy.

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@ Fluffbut and Rachel; thanks for helping out fluff and great it was so easy to correct :)
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Re: Images from the Registered PhotoReactor

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andydansby wrote:I try not to comment on too many images, trying to concentrate on expansion of Photo-Reactor, but I really like the looks of this image. The flower really pops from the background for me. I like the grunge effect of the background and how the flower contrast against it. I can tell by looking that the flower has been enhanced by using some sort of shock filtering, but it's not taken to extreme, so it doesn't suffer from the over processed look.

Nice work

Andy Dansby
Pretty much my words in a nutshell..

Popping flower, grungy background highlights the beauty and frailty of the flower - as if it was under threat from the grunge.. it almost looks like it's trying to separate itself from the grungy background.

A nice level of shock smooth - enough to ADD to the image without taking it over (which was my original dislike with DAP4/PR - SSmooth took over the image, dominated the other effects).

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