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Shed

By lampgb
A Fisherman's shed at Porthgain in West Wales

Tags: Black and white Sheds West wales Fishing port

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Rock 17 10 2 England
21 May 2017 9:41PM
A tighter crop in the lower third would enhance the shot to draw the eye to the main subject.

Rock

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mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2168 United Kingdom
21 May 2017 9:44PM
Hi again. Before we get into commenting, there's something very odd in the Exif - the shutter speed, aperture, ISO and focal length don't correspond with what's possible on a D300 with 18-200 mm F3.5 - 5.6 lens! Can you clarify that please?
Moira
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4095 Canada
22 May 2017 11:34AM
This shot has been taken with an iPhone 6 I believe. Can you confirm?
dark_lord Plus
16 2.5k 635 England
22 May 2017 7:45PM
It would also be very helpful for us, so that we can help you appropriately, what you want feedbackon, if you could let us know which method of monochrome conversion you used together with uploading the original colour image as a modification (if you still have it).
dudler Plus
16 1.1k 1604 England
23 May 2017 11:44AM
The technical side matters: but even without that information, I suggest cropping at the top, to remove bright sky, and on the right to remove the bright and distracting windows - as well as at the bottom to remove the dead space.

My impression is that the mono conversion has got rid of midtones, giving a slightly soot-and-whitewash look to the picture, so the conversion method is highly relevant.
paulbroad 12 131 1288 United Kingdom
23 May 2017 8:36PM
We should initially comment on what has been presented, I think, as that is what the photographer obviously intended, although the original is always going to help if things seem to have gone wrong.

Here, this looks like an HDR image that has been over done. The tonal range is heavily compressed giving an image consisting of a lot of mid tones and exhibiting little contrast. My guess is that you have used a preset process on the phone resulting in this image.

It needs more contrast, a decent black and white in order to have a stronger impact.
Paul
lampgb 13 3 United Kingdom
30 May 2017 8:00AM
Apologies to all and a total mix-up. I took two images of this shed. One with my D300 and yes, one with my iPhone. This is the iPhone image. When you've reached 70 things start to fall apart. Looks like it has started for me.
dudler Plus
16 1.1k 1604 England
30 May 2017 4:56PM
Or maybe not... I've always looked for systems that mean I don't have to think too much, to avoid that kind of problem, and too much work! And I've always had a memory like a cheap sieve that has been treated badly.

If you 'save as' rather than 'save for web' the site should be able to pick up all the EXIF automatically...

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