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  Mini#34 Remembering AMBaker
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Printing Plate       ©2016 aoc46
Panasonic DMC-LX100       19th place, 21 points
1/125s, f1.7, ISO 200, 24mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Cloned out minor distractions; convert to B&W; straighten, crop, resize, sharpen.       Extra Info: AMBaker's entries suggest that he liked to concentrate on close-ups and details and to use B&W. This is a printing plate (hence the backwards lettering) that was used for labeling plum packages.
 
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mrsawyer
Oct 24, 2016
    An unusual subject, captured well. Like the DOF.

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Lo
Oct 24, 2016
    The B&W treatment is perfect to bring out the beauty of the lettering. Although the blur is intentional, I'm not sure it works here.

forkcandles
Oct 20, 2016
    love the image glad you didnt flip it
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