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10/01/2011 - 12:30 AM

White Tiger

White TigerA white tiger surrounded by grass... the camera will underexpose the tiger and render the whole scene a mid tone grey, that is why the image has come out flat and dull,
I therefore gave my mod some contrast and lifted the tiger up from a the gloom of the mid tones..
09/01/2011 - 4:41 PM

Wishing Summer

Wishing SummerIn my mod, I took the greyness out of the snow, lifted the colour of the building and gave it a bit more contrast so it would all stand put more.
09/01/2011 - 4:32 PM

Postbridge Dartmoor

Postbridge DartmoorI really had to push the contrast up in that bridge! far too soft, I also brought down the saturation in the foliage and under the bridge, also burned the highlights and darkened the water a little.

I hope that my mod represent the scene you actually saw or thereabouts.

luis.
01/01/2011 - 5:40 PM

Chapel door

Chapel doorIt really needs to be a touch lighter and with bit more contrast so the doorway stands out.
an excellent piece, I hope you can revisit it and take the advice given on board.
01/01/2011 - 5:33 PM

Brisbane at Night

Brisbane at NightApart from the horizontal aspect as already mentioned, you should when doing these type of city escapes watch out for the F stop settings, this shots also seems to be not entirely in focus.

So was it just past the optimum aperture setting, was it not focused properly or did you camera shake or move during exposure?

My tip it to take as much time preparing the shot as you would be taking it.
13/05/2008 - 7:27 PM

Jurassic Sunset #1

Jurassic Sunset #1I find the brightness of the sea a bit to bright compared to the brightness of the sky, also on the rocks right hand side one can see the effects of the filters, from dark rock it suddenly becomes bright!
Foreground interest is strong and full of motion although the slight colour cast of the surf is not reflected in the sky due to the filter used, if you see what I mean?

So to summarise composition is good, as is choice of subject, good foreground with motion, but needs attention in selective brightness and the orange colour cast,