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Doctors Gate

By Stubeee
Taken from 5 images, i'm not 100% about the sky colour as i had to get the colour back and being colour blind, it can be a problem haha thx for looking Smile

Tags: Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3556 Canada
20 Mar 2009 8:14PM
Its a nice shot, - I like the composition.

It does seem a little flat overall, and lacks colour, - so Im guessing your intention was not to desaturate, but your not certain as your colour blind?

I have loaded a mod with the colour balanced a little using curves, contrast increased, and saturation increased +14 using Photoshop.

No sure if you will notice a big difference, but to me its more dramatic, and has more energy.



Regards


Willie

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21 Mar 2009 8:58AM
WOW ! that makes a huge difference ! it is more shades that affect me which knocks my confidence with messing too much with colour but i think i have to bite the bullet and utilies curves more and saturation , thx for taking the time to critique my work , i have just improved a little Smile (i hope) Stu
boony 10 978 3 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2009 12:21AM
nice shot stu. i would say that all the above stands mate. i like the clouds in it. could do with some foreground interest , rock , tree , discarded shoe etc etc. i would have selected the broken ground at the front of the shot to the left of the frame and fiddled with curves to lift the texture out of it. if im being very very picky i would also have tried to get rid of the jet trail , having said that i often leave them in because i cant be arsed cloning them out! maybe going back at golden hour could yield some nice colours too
8 Apr 2009 9:46PM
Thx boony Smile

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