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The modifying game - 5 mods

By Drummerdelight
Thank you for your thoughts, choices and comments on yesterdays 8 posted crops of this captured candid shot of "The funky fella"

After playing around with all (most) types of crops, I had a look what could be done when changing some parameters in LR.

The main posted capture is hardly adjusted, a only slightly modified original - cropped to 1/1

V1 - Stronger B&W than yesterdays post
V2 - Duotone (for what it's worth, just experimenting)
V3 - Less saturation
V4 - Changing the lightest and darkest tones (striving for a more analogue/glamor magazine-look)
V5 - Playing around even more...

Thank you for looking,
Guy

Tags: Street photography Candid Candid photography Modified People watching Lucky shot modification game

Voters: woolybill1, mrswoolybill, bobpaige1 and 18 more


Comments


mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.7k 2094 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2018 7:56AM
I like the square crop, in either colour or b&w. But that extra figure added tension, that's what is lacking here.

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Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2018 8:41AM
Excellent set!
Interesting project - version 2 tone catches my eyeGrinGrinGrinGrin
pamelajean Plus
13 1.2k 2096 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2018 4:12PM
This is the space-in-front composition, which works fine, and Version 3 is my favourite of this lot but, as Moira says, the inclusion of the other figure had a bit more impact.
saltireblue Plus
9 9.9k 36 Norway
15 Apr 2018 5:56PM
V1 with more contrast is more my taste.

The original is an excellent image to try experimenting with the Teal & Orange effect.

Choose the channel mixer and then choose the blue channel. In there, set:
Red -50
Green +150
Blue 0
If choosing other values, total should =100

then start playing and experimenting to your heart's content.

Malc
16 Apr 2018 6:43AM

Quote:V1 with more contrast is more my taste.

The original is an excellent image to try experimenting with the Teal & Orange effect.

Choose the channel mixer and then choose the blue channel. In there, set:
Red -50
Green +150
Blue 0
If choosing other values, total should =100

then start playing and experimenting to your heart's content.

Malc

Thank you Malc! I 'll have a go. Sounds interesting!

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