A technical question about Halo again
I learnt that the white lines are called halos. I need to do something about it when they are on the top of the building. I don't know what I should do with people. Technicallly speaking, should I do anything about it or not? I mean, like sundog. I quite like them, but from photographic point of view, it seemed that they shouldn't be on the photo.
Up to this photo, there is a halo on the woman. Should I leave it or burn it? Obviously, it was inevitable. Or it's like sundog, inevitable, but still has to go ...or as the the halo on the building that has to be darkened.
The photo was taken at Hinterzarten station while I was waiting for the train, as they were. It was a cold morning, the light was nice. It is nearly original photo,apart from a little was cropped off at the bottom, and a little bit of wire was cloned off on the top left corner. To simplify the picture I tured it into B&W. I also increased the midtone up to 127 and resharpened 40% something, after I saw the preview. Looking back, I should leave a bit space in front of them,don't you think so? I couldn't remember why it was ended like this..maybe, was I trying to avoid the direct sun light? No idea.
All comments and criticisms are welcome. Thank you.
Tags: Photo journalism
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