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


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Comments


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 Plus
12 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 Plus
12 2 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2004 4:37AM
I like this just how it is
ericfaragh Plus
13 138 4 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2004 4:48AM
Great shot, very difficult to take roots, I've tried it and know. This is a beauty.
22 Nov 2004 4:48AM
Superb love how you've captured those organic forms and highlighted them with the levels.
22 Nov 2004 4:55AM
Wow. Great shot. So much to look at.
spaceman Plus
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
22 Nov 2004 6:03AM
Amazing textures and love the perspective. Great shot.

John
discreetphoton Plus
12 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.
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 Plus
12 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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