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    Wolf's Photography

    I am taking Photography in high school right now. I am working for it to be my career, too. I don't have a scanner, but I borrowed the school's (and I plan to do so many many more times in the future!) and got this one peice scanned. It was a stop-action assignment, taken with a Canon Rebel.

    I named it The Locals.

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    Very interesting and unique pose you captured, there.


    The picture seems quite grainy, though.. Also the contrast is a bit dodgy. A little photoshop adjustment of the b/w levels would do wonders, I bet.

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    Yeah, it came out a little funked up. I was using the school scanner, and of course, there was finger prints all over it that I didn't see. I fixed it up some during class. I've only recently got my hands on Photoshop-how would I fix this?

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