Tamron 150-600

Posted: August 23, 2016 in Uncategorized
Got out yesterday morning with my Tamron 150-600 looking for frogs and flowers.
Which version of processing do you like best. First is the original and the next two filters from Smart Photo Editor.








  1. gwong1 says:

    The original. I have never been a big fan of the artistic filters. Gary

  2. Tom says:

    Number #2 is my favorite Mike. I like the little bit of texture- it’s a beautiful photo of a nasty non-native invasive plant called flowering rush- it’s getting to be a problem in the Great Lakes, out competing native wetland vegetation.

  3. Martin Block says:

    This is a tough call. I like all three, with a slight preference for #2

  4. Susan Pace says:

    #2. It is the most serene

  5. Ron Morse says:

    #3 has the most impact to me

  6. Nina Shields says:

    I like the second one best; I can understand Gary’s perspective but have found in my own word the need for more artistry and a variety of presentations. I think the second one adds a lot of artistry without getting too far away from the original capture.

  7. Jeri Mearns, Mill Valley, CA says:

    I like #2 best

  8. Cynthia Turner says:

    I prefer the second image with the added subtle texture.

  9. I like them all but #2 is my favorite.

  10. Larry Coleman says:

    #2 is the clear winner

  11. Don Baird says:

    I like #1 the best

  12. Patricia Deege says:

    I like No. 2 the best–nice texture but still very simple and uncluttered.

  13. Doug Berg says:

    I vote for #2 simply because the background is less distracting. ( For me anyway ).

  14. Keith Carlson says:

    I like #2. The texture add more interest without being distracting like #3’s background. On the #2 image I think I would try adding a layer mask to take the texture off the stem of the main subject.

  15. Jerry Julian says:

    I like #2 also.

  16. Jerry says:

    #2 LQQKS the best

  17. jonsund says:

    The first image is the most interesting to me because the foreground color and sharpness of the flower show how delicate the flower really is when compared to the softening impacts of the second and third image. Removing the background flower might make the foreground flower stand out even more. My second choice is image two because of the modifications to the background. Image 1 foreground flower with image 2 background would be interesting to see.

  18. Gordon Svoboda says:

    For me it depends on how I would want to use the pic. The clarity and crispness on #1 is outstanding. The presentation on #2 is great and very appealing. I’ll go with 2. Nice work!

  19. Linda White Lindert says:

    Number three is most interesting. I like the echo effect with a bit more detail that is in no. 3.

  20. #2 oil effect 🙂 the original is a beaut though

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