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Jazz Club       ©2013 tvsometime
NIKON D7000       8th place, 97 points
1/80s, f2, ISO 400, 82mm, Manual, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: ACR: brightness, contrast , exposure, fill light, recovery & temperature adjustments.
Nik Silver Efex Pro 2: "High Structure Harsh" filter & several control points for local brightness, contrast & structure adjustments.
Resize to 800 x 530. Autocontrast. Convert to jpg.
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Franz07
Jul 2, 2013
    Congratulations on your TT! Hmm... Very nice atmosphere!

Jade O.
Jul 1, 2013
    Hey, you got akebono's comments so that means you have a pretty good image here. His advice is, of course, perfectly simple and spot on. But you have a great compliment - your image has evoked Alex Webb.

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Franz07
Jun 30, 2013
    Oh! A Jazz Club... That's what I really miss here in my hometown!
Great finding - very atmospheric!

KJW
Jun 28, 2013
    I really like this. Some very nice photos going to make it difficult to pick my favorite but this is definitely in running for my #1.

forkcandles
Jun 28, 2013
    like this one good use of the pp detailed

akebono
Jun 28, 2013
    In my imagination, you spent a lot of time post processing.If you instead have moved closer to the band (to avoid most of the audience) this could have been a great, great picture.

Still there is a lot of atmosphere in it and I like it.

Alex Webb was asked "what is a good photography? and he answered that it is a picture that takes you to a place you never have been before. Well I've never been to such a jazz club as the one you shot :-)

Jade O.
Jun 27, 2013
    I love the feel and the look. I'm a little concerned about the two closest audience heads taking up so much of the frame. I sense that the camera should have been raised about a foot to push those heads down but I must say I still like this a lot.
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