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Uploaded: 08/25/14 1:09 AM GMT
Jean Hasbrouck House - New Paltz 3
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For the B/W Challenge - a three-exposure HDR image converted to b/w with Silver Efex Pro.

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::tigger3
08/25/14 1:48 AM GMT
You have a super challenge entry with this one my friend, wtg!
=^..^=tigs
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.auroraobers
08/25/14 5:24 AM GMT
This is nice. I'm wondering what the surrounding area looked like.
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::Ramad
08/25/14 6:11 AM GMT
Good one for the B/W challenge Thad. Looks very nice in B/W also.
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::mirto56
08/25/14 6:41 AM GMT
You did a lot of work on on this and the results are beautiful Thad. I just checked out Silver Efex Pro as I was unfamiliar with the software. Always learning here in Caedes. Grazie!
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::Dunstickin
08/25/14 7:13 AM GMT
FX pro is a great program...I just lost mine in changing laptops!..this is cool work Thad..you surely brought out the details...good one for the BWC
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::biffobear
08/25/14 8:11 AM GMT
Looks good..A worthy contender...R.
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::corngrowth
08/25/14 11:20 AM GMT
A proof that B&W can be both impressive and beautiful. Excellent entry for the challenge Thad.

Regards, Cornelius.
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::trixxie17
08/25/14 2:53 PM GMT
Very impressive and very beautiful Thad - should go quickly in the challenge.
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::0930_23
08/25/14 3:07 PM GMT
I have used the Silver Efex Pro software, Thad.
The FDR was very conducive to b/w.

TicK


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
.Joanie
08/26/14 12:09 AM GMT
Gorgeous even in the B&W!!! Fantastic Thad!!!
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ALWAYS VIEW FULL SCREEN...SO MUCH MORE BEAUTY!
.icedancer
08/26/14 7:41 PM GMT
Wow, this make a spectacular B/W, shows such wonderful detail and really shows off those clouds. Looks like in full that one of the porch pillars are a little slanted.
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::LynEve
08/27/14 11:51 AM GMT
A fine addition to the B & W Challenge Thad, the detail is wonderful - thank you !!
(If you enter one could you please just drop me a pm as sometimes I miss them in the B/w gallery)
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