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By rajesh3009
I have shot this Picture during my visit to a Hill station . Seen solitary and tranquile surroundings and a cart puller appoaching , got out of my car and rushed back as for as possible as 70-200 mm lens was mounted on my camera and I wanted to include road and surrounding , took 2 shots and joined in CS6 . In one shot car and road curve was not there .

Tags: Landscape Road Animals Travel People Bullocks Landscape and travel

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banehawi Plus
17 2.6k 4274 Canada
24 Feb 2014 3:59PM
The shots are not quite combined properly, though its a good attempt.

Look at the upper right, - not right there.

Might work if you just crop that whole top area off, - I will try a mod.


regards


Willie
24 Feb 2014 6:02PM

Quote:The shots are not quite combined properly, though its a good attempt.

Look at the upper right, - not right there.

Might work if you just crop that whole top area off, - I will try a mod.


regards


Willie


Thanx for pointing out
SueEley 15 279 96 Wales
24 Feb 2014 6:09PM
It gives an idea of old and new forms of transport pretty effectively! To me, the colour looks a bit yellow, and the picture lacks contrast a bit. This may be what it looked like, but I have put up a mod with a bit of a change in these areas. All I did with the colour was auto colour in CS5, then added a slight curve giving a bit of brightness and contrast.
25 Feb 2014 5:29AM

Quote:It gives an idea of old and new forms of transport pretty effectively! To me, the colour looks a bit yellow, and the picture lacks contrast a bit. This may be what it looked like, but I have put up a mod with a bit of a change in these areas. All I did with the colour was auto colour in CS5, then added a slight curve giving a bit of brightness and contrast.


SueEley..Good... colours came out niceGrin
paulbroad 14 131 1293 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2014 7:54AM
The basic image and content is interesting. The combination has some technical issues and they are a bit obvious, so some care needed there. You had to grab the shot but I would have been at f5.6 or 8 for lens quality and ISO200, even 400 to get the shutter speed.

Paul

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