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I have uploaded another from yesterday's shoot trying to learn for others mods on yesterdays with my limited skills in Picassa and Gimp.
Any thoughts, comments, improvements welcomed.
great fg wonderful colours and light a cracker
Beautiful image indeed
Beautiful light and colour tones. Lovely scene........Sandy
A beautiful shot.
Superb shot, the colours are awesoem,/
A super image, well presented
I really like the colours here - but (and I have checked my monitor calibration) it is just a little dark. I think it is an image worth spending a littl etime with in PS or whatever software you are using. If possible it needs a little lightening and push the contracst a little too I think.
But very nice sumptious colours and shapes Ummmm
Thanks that's very helpful.
I use Picassa and Gimp (badly) and my monitor is uncalibrated so I go by eye. When I can get to the main PC I will upload the original as a variation although it bears little resemblance to the upload. I will also lift the light a shade and play with the contrast as you suggest though don't hold your breath I will get it right.
I took about 200 shots over an hour or so but didn't realise I was getting lens flare as I don't have a filter hood. I have some pictures that came out way better than this with the shadow I composed for on the rocks but all ruined by the flare.
PS Must remember to click the mod button next time
I really like the colours you have here, Dave, and some great shapes too. For me though, it feels just a little unbalanced; although I can't quite put my finger on why. I think it may be that the sky feels smaller because of the shape of the clouds - maybe by adding more sky this would have been counteracted. I'd also really like to see a more square crop, taking out all of the small houses in the background on the right. I think the contrast against those bulky rocks leading into the tall figure on the left works really well and would be accentuated by such a crop. Having said that, I've just looked at the large version and I don't seem to have the same issues!
I prefer the more natural looking sky in V2 but the FG is too cold. Much prefer the FG in version 1
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