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Posted: Mon, 18th Jun 2007, 5:03pm

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No, not pictures of yourself.

I recently finished taking a photography course where we used film cameras, negatives, dark rooms, enlargers, developing chemicals... the whole shebang. I was wondering if anyone else on here has any experience with "professional" film photography and would like to use this thread to show off some of their work.

Anyway, I thought I'd start by showing some of the pictures I took. I must warn you that they are scanned from original prints, obviously, so the quality isn't 100% what it is when you're looking at it in person, but it gives you the same idea.


This is a picture I took looking into the lens of my GL2. Didn't turn out as well as I had hoped, but kinda cool none-the-less.


This was part of a nighttime photography assignment.


As was this.


These were all black and white photos that were hand-painted by me. For the far left one, we used oil paints. The middle one I did with (believe it or not) colored pencils. The right one I'm least proud of and was done with water colors... but everyone agreed that they were hardest to pull off.

These next two are my two favorite of the bunch, as I enjoy taking pictures of people over pictures of things... it's much more interesting and you have many more options.


Taken inside with some studio lighting. I realized after the fact that the lighting could have been better, as there are shadows where there shouldn't be, and she's slightly out of focus. I still really love the pose though.


Easily my favorite out of all of them, just because I love the position of her and the way she's out in a park and not stuck in a studio.

Well there you go guys, feel free to post some of your own work, and we'll get to see if you're as good still photographers as you are filmmakers.

NOTE: some pictures may extend horizontally beyond this box, so you can scroll over to view them in their entirety.
Posted: Mon, 18th Jun 2007, 5:16pm

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I love your photos! Especially the one of the glasses. (the 4th one)

I don't have much pics myself; I just wanted to say that I love yours. wink

An OK picture I've taken is the one in my avatar. I've taken it about a year ago... It's a nice squirrel.

It still lives in my yard. smile
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 3:05am

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Squirrels rock! Anyone else?
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 3:55am

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Evan, I like your stuff. Very cool. I took a photography class Sophomore year and the assignments were made to show us the technical aspect of f/stops and shutter speed, etc. We didn't have much creative control. So I started doing it myself and I love the digital darkroom. I commend you on making some interesting stuff. My favorite is the 2nd theater shot, very dark, surreal, and empty feeling. I like the two shots of the girls as well, I'm not the best portrait photographer, mine always turn out bland.

Here's some misc. stuff (most is small, straight from my online gallery):

































This is a bunch of stuff that I like from a years worth of the hobby. I like photography as much as filmmaking but I'm more productive in photography because it's an easier one man job. I like some of the typical stuff, but I want to produce stuff that's somewhat surreal. I am going to mess with that this year and I've already tried it with some of the stuff above. The picture of Sorrento at night came in 1st in some Jostens photography contest in the "open" category. They're the company that does yearbooks for a lot of schools accross America. It's not my favorite of mine at all, but that's probably the biggest thing I've won so far, which isn't bad since I first started.
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 5:00am

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I did a film-processing photography class last school year, and I only ever developed a few winners. I'm good at shooting and lighting, but I don't have enough patience for the whole developing part, especially having to use fixer on the prints.

In fact, at school I'd finish an assignment with tons of cool shots, develop and process the film just fine, then make quick prints. And while I'd show them to the class and everyone would ooh and ahh, the print would slowly turn purple.

And, of course, my teacher would discover I'd merely dipped the prints in fixer for 5 seconds, then flash-dried them in teacher's lounge toaster oven. Lazy? No. I just like results fast. wink
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 4:01pm

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Yeah theres a certain patience required for actual film photography, but I think it helps you both select your shots carefully and really make sure the prints come out and do justice to the photo you took.

Serpent I love your stuff - the butterflies in particularly stuck out to me. I'm assuming that's all digital though.

EDIT:
And if we're counting digital stuff, here's some stuff from the digital imaging class I took last year.


I rather like this as it's generated completely in photoshop, no actual photos at all.


Back when I still liked Star Wars... ugh...


Not exactly happy with how this turned out, but still kinda cool.

Anyone else wanna share?
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 4:19pm

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Rating: -1

While we're on imaging, why not go one further with painting? biggrin





I have a bunch more paintings in black and white (mainly of all black people, haha), but you get the picture. It says "failure" in the background, lol, my teacher's idea.

If I can find my scanner and all the cables, I'll be sure to post up some of my actual photo prints, though. And then, if I find my external HD, some of my Photoshop and digital media class stuff.

But as for digital stuff, check out the graphics-laden pages at:

VoteStettler.com

Atomic-Pro.com


The Redemption site took particularly long (hour and a half!) to construct all the graphics for it. Something like 11 layers just for the background.

adamsbrosfilms.com/jennings

Yeah, I rule. wink
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 4:29pm

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Heheheh, brilliant, a painting of you pouting smile
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 4:40pm

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I've posted this before I believe... but seeings how it fits the topic wink haha - 2am if I remember correctly



-MAGIC
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 4:45pm

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I myself don't take photos, but my friend and collaborator Lennie Mahler (dark jedi from It's Coming, Guy eating waffle mix in Zombie Force) is a professional photographer for The Daily Utah Chronicle, and a few years back (around the time we made It's Coming), he took some really cool photos that myself and another friend are in.















At first these photos look like they are nothing that special, but the amazing thing is that they were done with film and one flashlight. There is nothing digital about these pictures, aside from the fact that they are on a computer. Something about slow exposure and using the flashlight to get certain parts to glow. I honestly have no idea, but I've always really liked these photos.
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 6:31pm

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Evman wrote:

Serpent I love your stuff - the butterflies in particularly stuck out to me. I'm assuming that's all digital though.

EDIT:
And if we're counting digital stuff, here's some stuff from the digital imaging class I took last year.
Since you posted that planet image, I just wanted to make it known that that butterfly actually physically existed, just taken with a DSLR camera. I wasn't sure what you meant by "I'm assuming that's all digital."
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 7:02pm

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No, no, no, i meant that it must have been taken by a digital camera.

And Waser, those are really, really cool.
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 8:04pm

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There are some extremely talented people on these forums- more than i could imagine! The majority of those photo's are incredibly beautiful, awe-inspiring and generally just great! I especially love the glass one in the first post and the picture from Magic- that is stunning!!
Really well done to everyone who's submitted a picture! The most recent and probably best picture i've taken was about a month ago- and it looked like i was a staggering drunk! Yet i'm a tee-total (Means i don't drink alchohol for those who don't understand our weird, weird terminology) ...then again i was on a trampoline....surrounded by staggering drunks....That's right Sam use a scapegoat to make you feel better biggrin There we go.

Anyway back to the original subject! Good, yes!
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 8:09pm

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These are some really great photos displayed here. I like Evman's. By the way Evman weren't you the one with the site with the kid sat in an alleyway with the camera tilted a bit?
Waser - some nice photos there mate.
Serpent - Some nice photos as well there.

All the photo's so far are great quailty and nice grading done. Well done all.

B3N
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 8:11pm

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B3N wrote:

These are some really great photos displayed here. I like Evman's. By the way Evman weren't you the one with the site with the kid sat in an alleyway with the camera tilted a bit?
I don't quite know what you're talking about, but thanks! razz
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 11:00pm

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Magic_man12 wrote:

I've posted this before I believe... but seeings how it fits the topic wink haha - 2am if I remember correctly



-MAGIC
Nope, you didn't post it, you sent it to me in e-mail, remember?

PS- If I had a scanner I'd show you guys a picture I drew a year ago. I might maybe just take a picture of it with my camera, but I doubt that'll work very well...
Posted: Thu, 21st Jun 2007, 11:38pm

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There, I took the picture and added a lot of contrast, since it look really washed out.

Check it out here.

PS- Sorry for putting a link. The site I use (Blogger) doesn't let me put pictures directly in my posts. Ah well.
Posted: Fri, 22nd Jun 2007, 2:31am

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Wow, some really nice stuff here, good job guys.

Here's mine:

















About half of them taken with a Nikon D50, and the other half with a random Canon point-and-shoot.

Rest is on my Flickr.
Posted: Fri, 22nd Jun 2007, 1:16pm

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You guys have skill!

Awesome photos everyone. I can't really post any pictures at the moment, but I'll look into it.
Posted: Fri, 22nd Jun 2007, 1:20pm

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Plainly Canadian wrote:


Nope, you didn't post it, you sent it to me in e-mail, remember?

AHhh thats right! lol
Well now I have posted it smile lol

-MAGIC
Posted: Sat, 23rd Jun 2007, 12:41am

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I don't particularly "go out to shoot photos" but I regularly take some pictures when I feel like it and see something that could make a good image.

Here are a few:













Posted: Sat, 23rd Jun 2007, 2:40am

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Do you have any post processing done on those pics Solthar? Becuase to me, the last pic of the burnt out bus seems to have you NightCast-esque grading and film glow lol

Daniel
Posted: Sat, 23rd Jun 2007, 5:43am

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Impressive stuff guys!

I just got into photography, but on my site http://www.fcrabbath.com/main.htm - the top main images are pictures i have taken. And i have a deviant art site. http://fcrabbath.deviantart.com/
Posted: Sat, 23rd Jun 2007, 6:36am

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Nice Deviant Art page FC.
Posted: Sat, 23rd Jun 2007, 10:07am

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Do you have any post processing done on those pics Solthar?
Yeah. Some of the colors are enhanced, some are left as they were. The last one looks especially vivid because I've replaced the sky. That's why. smile
Posted: Sat, 23rd Jun 2007, 2:25pm

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SilverDragon7 wrote:

Nice Deviant Art page FC.
thanks man!
Posted: Sun, 24th Jun 2007, 12:17am

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Sollthar wrote:

Yeah. Some of the colors are enhanced, some are left as they were. The last one looks especially vivid because I've replaced the sky. That's why. smile
What Camera do you use?
Posted: Sun, 24th Jun 2007, 1:53am

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I havent taken any photography courses and I doubt I will because I didnt like it very much the last time I tried it. Its just not as fun or rewarding as making films.

Here was my best photo: not very good though

Posted: Mon, 25th Jun 2007, 10:52pm

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Most of my photos are here, on my blog. Only a few are what I would consider very good, most of them are old and not too good.

Film Freak
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What Camera do you use?
A sony Cybershot something. 6 Megapixels and a 1 gigabyte flash card. Nothing special really.
Posted: Mon, 25th Jun 2007, 10:56pm

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It's probably that 6 MegaPixels, I generally use my brothers camera (only like 2 or 3 MP).
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http://img516.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img0140wt3.jpg
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Posted: Thu, 30th Aug 2007, 10:31pm

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Nice photos, B3N!
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Thanks, I quite like the polished effect of the first photo (me on the bed)

As for everyone elses photos they look great!
Posted: Mon, 3rd Sep 2007, 12:29am

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I like photography too. Mainly, I only do nature stuff. I use a digital camera, but I have to post a few from my trips.





And here's some more:
http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s155/merrickworldproductions/kj155e.jpg
http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s155/merrickworldproductions/vacationfiled095.jpg
http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s155/merrickworldproductions/kj059e.jpg
http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s155/merrickworldproductions/Dustinee.jpg
http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s155/merrickworldproductions/IMG_3159e.jpg
http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s155/merrickworldproductions/100_8472.jpg
I also have a beautiful pic. of Yosimite vally with a double rainbow over it; best photo I ever took, but I couldn't find it to upload. You can see it in this slideshow:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1141014481096938193&q=The+besto+of+2006+Trip&total=639&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=0 at about 3:41.
Posted: Mon, 3rd Sep 2007, 2:05am

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Are you a boyscout, Merrickworld?
Posted: Mon, 3rd Sep 2007, 8:23pm

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Yep.
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Thats cool, so am I. What rank are you?
Posted: Mon, 3rd Sep 2007, 9:08pm

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Here are some of mine:






Dont have a really good cam, but i made the best out of it, these werent shot with a SLR cam...

cheers,
d.
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I just became star.
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Thats cool. I'm an Eagle. Those are great pictures. BS made me absolutely love camping and the outdoors. Thats a great picture of that deer.
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Thanks. I hope to be eagle some day.
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Some brand new Macro photos!











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here are a few of he favorite photos of mine, they aren't as great as a lot of the photos on here, but hey why not post them smile

























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Here are links to some photographs I made. I posted links because embedding them would probably make the forum layout go bonkers.

Back-end of a Volvo
Bridge
A simple outdoor trashbin
Top end of a piece of art

None of these photos have been photoshopped.

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Posted: Sat, 13th Sep 2008, 11:16pm

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Amazing, made me feel warm and happy biggrin

Siege: I love the bridge one, looks great. wink
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Zephlon wrote:

Why are the edges of this picture ripped?
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Maybe he wanted his picture that way. That would be the same as asking: Why is this picture blue?.

Really interesting pictures you guys got there, I'd put some up too but got none on this computer at the moment.
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http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y38/all4mine/106_0680.jpg
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y38/all4mine/100_0504.jpg

Heres some of my pics [/img]

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Posted: Sun, 14th Sep 2008, 4:11am

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Poseidon1231: what the foil hat one?

Bolbi: the edges are white because i wanted to photo to look old, so i played with alot of textures to make the photo water stained, dark, and ripped-ish?

B3N: I forgot to say that I love your "Paper on fire" picture, the colors are amazing
Posted: Sun, 14th Sep 2008, 6:01am

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Zephlon, I'm diggin' the pics. Nice on of the Salt Lake Temple smile. Are you from Utah?
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Just started in a photography class at school, thought I'd post some examples of images I've taken with a variety of cameras and lenses during the last four weeks, in various themes:

Autumn
Close-up
Flower
Fruit
Light/Shadow
Movement
Portrait
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Some of my photography can be viewed here.

http://www.ashleywing.net/photography.html#

I would just like to say there are some seriously impressive photos in this thread. Beautiful stuff indeed.

Ash
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EDITED: Here are the links. I can't get the embeded image thing to work.

http://img222.imageshack.us/my.php?image=bike2od0.jpg

http://img231.imageshack.us/my.php?image=sawblade1ju8.png

http://img227.imageshack.us/my.php?image=tree5ir2.png

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Penguin wrote:







EDIT: Are these pics working for anybody else? All I'm getting are three question marks.
Nope, all I see is white, not even a question mark.
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The Siege wrote:

Penguin wrote:







EDIT: Are these pics working for anybody else? All I'm getting are three question marks.
Nope, all I see is white, not even a question mark.
I see three question marks.
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Some new pictures I made today

Colored shadow
Shadow
A little statue in the sun
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Magic_man12 wrote:

I've posted this before I believe... but seeings how it fits the topic wink haha - 2am if I remember correctly



-MAGIC
Wow that looks beautiful and scary.

And How do i upload photos myself?
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Heres some digital artwork of mine, have really done any updating lately.

http://tscout3.deviantart.com/gallery/
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RevolutionProductions wrote:



And How do i upload photos myself?
Upload your photo to a photosharing service like imageshack.us and post the link you get on that site between [IMG][/IMG] tags
Posted: Mon, 15th Sep 2008, 5:38pm

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Sollthar

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I got a couple of random new ones in my collection. Mostly ( cold / winter )scenery stuff and experimenting with different settings etc:












Posted: Tue, 16th Sep 2008, 5:13am

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miker: no i live in Colorado. those picture are from mostly Colorado some from Utah and some from Wisconsin.

Sollthar: Wow that picture with the mini cooper has such an amazing feel to it, and the picture of the boys on the grass....Wow that is Green! where is that its absolutely B-E-A-utiful
Posted: Tue, 16th Sep 2008, 8:07pm

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Heres a few I took on the last day of my lovely holiday to turkey.



Posted: Tue, 16th Sep 2008, 8:16pm

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Wow that is Green! where is that its absolutely B-E-A-utiful
These are even original colors! It feels very fairytale like up there.
That is an absolutely stunning landscape in freiburg, switzerland.
Planning on doing a shortfilm there one day.















Posted: Tue, 16th Sep 2008, 9:03pm

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And... guess who!

Posted: Tue, 16th Sep 2008, 9:36pm

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Wow! There's some amazing stuff in here, the last two posts in particular.

I had listed Photography as a backup elective for school this year, in case I couldn't get into Film Studies...

Turns out I didn't get either one. I'm stuck in Ceramics. sad
Posted: Wed, 17th Sep 2008, 7:06pm

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Penguin wrote:

EDITED: Here are the links. I can't get the embeded image thing to work.

http://img222.imageshack.us/my.php?image=bike2od0.jpg

http://img231.imageshack.us/my.php?image=sawblade1ju8.png[

http://img227.imageshack.us/my.php?image=tree5ir2.png
The middle one still doesn't work. It redirects to Imageshack for some reason.
Posted: Wed, 17th Sep 2008, 9:37pm

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Removed the bracket at the end for you Penguin:

http://img231.imageshack.us/my.php?image=sawblade1ju8.png
Posted: Fri, 19th Sep 2008, 3:29am

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Hmmm really cool photo's guys. Here are some of mine.
Obviously this was for a digital photo class.

Cool?
This flower used to be purple and I applied a artistic filter to the background and kept it. Not sure why...I think I liked the original picture better but I can't find the original unfortunately...

Anyways these are just a few of my photo's tell me what you think.