CHALLENGE #2 • PP Skills and Artistic Intent — wanna try your hand?

1 year 11 months ago - 1 year 11 months ago #629326 by Nikon Shooter

This picture was taken by a student of mine (Marie Hass) that fully
authorised it's publishing and use for the purpose in this thread.

This is the untouched JPG version of the shot — please don't lose
anytime on it but download the original linked RAW file
   here  !

The brief: Marie took the shot at a natural history museum in her
state before she started studying with me. Just try to bring out the
best you can of this shot and post it.

This is the link to  Challenge #1  with all the contributions and my
version as well. You can post your own try on it there too! :)

I will post my version of challenge 2 in a month to give everyone
enough time. Have a good one! 



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1 year 11 months ago #629372 by Ruben Wade
These sort of things are fun, good idea :) 


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1 year 11 months ago #629374 by Nikon Shooter
Cool Ruben… let's see what you can
come up with and baffle us all! :P

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1 year 11 months ago #629397 by Shadowfixer1
Here is a down and dirty attempt.

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1 year 11 months ago #629437 by Nikon Shooter

Shadowfixer1 wrote: Here is a down and dirty attempt.


…maybe but your idea is clear, Randy! :P

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1 year 11 months ago #629440 by NewavaMike
I need more time in my day :(
 
I'd love to participate in this, but I'll probably just look at everyone else's works. 

I like yours shadow fixer 


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1 year 11 months ago #629606 by garyrhook
This would be more fun with a more interesting (read: good) image that left some room for interpretation. As opposed to being very literal and not terribly well composed.

IMO, of course.




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1 year 10 months ago #633185 by Nikon Shooter

Shadowfixer1 wrote: Here is a down and dirty attempt.

That is some impressive dirty attempt. Randy, bravo!
I also suggested Marie to remove the artiodactyla off
the image but she resisted. Well done! :P

garyrhook wrote: This would be more fun with a more interesting (read: good) image that left some room for interpretation. As opposed to being very literal and not terribly well composed.


Maybe the next will be to your aspirations.

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1 year 10 months ago #633269 by Stefan-Olsson


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1 year 10 months ago #633270 by Nikon Shooter
Unexpected and hilarious… very cool! :P :P :P

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1 year 10 months ago #633271 by Stefan-Olsson
hahaha. Just for fun, :)


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1 year 10 months ago #634460 by Nikon Shooter

Stefan-Olsson wrote: hahaha. Just for fun, :)



Yep… ain't that why we are here for? :P

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