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Over-Exposed

By discreetphoton  
I may post some shots later of some of the details in this one, as there's a lot going on, but I wanted to put this one up to show the mass of roots. Again, avoided using the channel mixer because I couldn't find a balance I liked.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: hermin, imjam, willbrealey and 8 more


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Comments


hermin 12 2 Israel
22 Nov 2004 4:30AM
wow. now those are roots. I might be tempted to crop a bit the top, to get rid of the sky patches. click

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Potto 11 19 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2004 4:31AM
Like this picture, lots of depth and detail to it. I've never really got on with channel mixer either. Look forward to seeing some detail close up's.
imjam 11 2 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2004 4:37AM
I like this just how it is
ericfaragh 12 132 2 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2004 4:48AM
Great shot, very difficult to take roots, I've tried it and know. This is a beauty.
willbrealey 12 248
22 Nov 2004 4:48AM
Superb love how you've captured those organic forms and highlighted them with the levels.
junglecat 12 12
22 Nov 2004 4:55AM
Wow. Great shot. So much to look at.
spaceman 12 5.2k 3 Wales
22 Nov 2004 5:06AM
Wonderful subject - wouldn't mind a bit more contrast but I'm a contrast freak. I've no idea what channel mixer is.
22 Nov 2004 5:56AM
Good detail and texture. Click

Jules
John_Duckett 12 386 2 Norfolk Island
22 Nov 2004 6:03AM
Amazing textures and love the perspective. Great shot.

John
discreetphoton 11 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2004 8:16AM
Thanks everyone. I've been eperimenting with different ways of producing B&W from colour photos, and this is my most succesful attempt so far. Played with contrast, but it started to lose some of the details that I love about this, so I kept it this way. But thanks for the input.
lostpatrol 12 19
7 Feb 2005 7:27PM
Love all the textures in this, great compo, not sure how you have progressed since this but IMO the levels are the best way to get a good contrasty b&w result.
Takes a while to play with all the tweeks until you are happy.
discreetphoton 11 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2005 7:42AM
Thank you. I found that the channel mixer wasn't working out for me, so I made up a layer out of each channel, and then uncovered various parts of each layer until I had what I was looking for

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