Watcha' think ???
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    Default Watcha' think ???

    Hi group;

    What do you think of this image ... I call it "Low Key" ???


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    Hi group;

    Actually, a friend did an image "Hi Key" many years ago. He spray painted an old house key white and mounted it on white matte board and photographed it. (BP ... Before Photoshop). He got a blue ribbon. The next competition he did "Low Key" and only got a red ribbon ... it did been done. *S* So I'm just re-doing an old idea.

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    Well . . . I probably wouldn't punch an 80 on this - but if you want to go ahead with it - slide the image down. A "low key" should be low in the frame.

    Keith
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    Default You caught me ...

    Hi Keith;

    You are too sharp and caught it right away. I thought after a long winter it may take a while for someone to catch on.

    BTW ... I already have six potential images coming back from the lab this week and just need to narrow down to the best four. That one was a joke.

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    Keith that is exactly my first thought! It should have been way down for low key.

    Funny!

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    Hi Keith and Ron;

    Ok ... more accurate. Does this satisfy your aesthetic side ? Here is my Hi-Key .

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    Well, there's a new twist on the philoshopy of "those who have gone before us..."
    Donnie Eisenhart

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