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Lovers...

By aniamoore
O.K. guys, downloaded this image for a reason; was taking this photo a number of times and came out with no a differenceSad!!!!!!!! B&W and sharpen, added. Looking for some advice, please!!!!! Ta, AniaWink

Tags: Faces Stone Churchyard Black and white Close-up and macro Headstone

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paskinmj 7 11 1 United Kingdom
31 Jul 2012 1:52PM
Spot on compositon Ania. So well spotted. My only critique would be to lift the brightness on the foreground. Hope this makes sense?
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31 Jul 2012 4:30PM
why to change it.. its perhaps best this way.. but perhaps you were pulling our legs.
A very interesting abstract.. Cleverly done.
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
31 Jul 2012 5:39PM
A composition made by the stonemasons hand, and captured so very well, which is well suited to monochrome.

Regards Nathan
31 Jul 2012 7:58PM

Quote: but perhaps you were pulling our legs.

Not pulling your legs, not pulling your legs, just would like to do well, same as you guysTongueTongueTongueTongueTonguelol!!!!!!!!Cheers, AniaWink
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
1 Aug 2012 2:47AM
Works well as a silhouette-- no need to do any more psot processing!
pamelajean Plus
10 949 1785 United Kingdom
1 Aug 2012 7:28PM
I'm not sure what you mean by "was taking this photo a number of times and came out with no a difference", Ania.
So, perhaps you wanted the "lovers" less dark?
Your camera has exposed for the bright sky and has therefore rendered the rest dark. A simple burst of flash would have done the trick.
I am assuming these are not really figures, but that you liked the heart shape and felt you could make it look like two people, and in that you have succeeded. There is lovely texture on the stonework, which is revealed with brightening.
So, my answer is brightening the stonework and importing another sky, which I have done in my modification. In the first, I have just showed you brightening and a bit of extra sharpening. In the second, I gave the lovers a nice sunset to muse over, and in the third I decided to darken them a bit more, which would be more naturally in keeping with a sunset shot.
Pamela.
1881 3 India
3 Aug 2012 4:13AM
My openion , everywhere OK here.=========




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