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Games - Photography related of course Just for fun, anyone can start one, everyone can play, so let have your ideas & have some fun

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Old 07-02-16, 16:41
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Good choice Trena and “Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s"!
Graham your are "It" and this time, a big time!
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Thanks Trena, I'll trawl the archives tomorrow and post a shot to play with.
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A scene from Nottingham.
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A scene from Nottingham.

This image has a lot of potential to play with.
I just checked the rules and seems there is no rule against multiple entries. So to make this move, I'll make a quick edit here, but I would like to come back and re-do when have more time.
May I suggest to have the option of entering as many as edit as a user wants but only at the end, he or she should designate only one of the entries to be Judged for final decision. This way we may over come the low input or actually stimulate more entries by blowing in the inspiring ideas! Well just a suggestion for now.
What is done here: Adding selective color/desat; selective blur/sharpening and changing the contrast brightness according to taste.
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I remember working at the Nottingham Evening Post several times. I can't say I enjoyed the experience due to a certain manager who will remain nameless.
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Here is my attempt, I thought it had very little colour, so i set out to emphasise what colour there was. Even then I thought it needed a bit more colour, so I added some of my own.
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thought I would have a go at this now I am back home..just cropped and added another person into the frame
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