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Gothic

Always with a camera; always learning.
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  • Playing with the light

    Thank you. Regards.
    • 12 May 2018 2:56PM
  • Sunflower

    Thank you Tony.
    • 6 May 2018 2:12PM
  • Little sunshine

    Thank you Willie.

    I really like the first mod version, a little warmer and that's added a lot to the atmosphere. To be honest, I've got a similar one but I finally decided to upload this one that is here. I was right then, for sure Smile

    Monotone also works, yes! I didn't consider that posssibility this time but it looks really good too.

    Thank you again for your time. Your advice is always welcome.

    Regards.

    Vendel.
    • 28 Apr 2018 9:39PM
  • Let your dreams fly

    Thank you all very much for your comments and suggestions, for sure I learna lot about you Smile IŽll take them into account and upload it in the main gallery as suggested. Best wishes!
    • 30 Sep 2017 4:30PM
  • Casual portrait

    Thank you for your useful suggetions and mods.
    I rarely use auto (generally when something catches me by surprise and I have no time to adjust settings) but this was another experiment to find out camera possibilities. Honestly, I liked the result but I agree that it is not as clear as it should be, due to the slow shutter speed and that I didn't use a tripod this time.
    I donŽt use PS or CR, I edit my photos using Lightroom only.
    Thank you Moira and dudler, so kind of you.
    Greetings.

    Vendel.
    • 28 Jan 2015 3:34PM
  • El Rosedal

    Thank you Britchie, so kind of you Smile
    • 28 Jan 2015 2:18AM
  • Four strings

    Thank you both mudge and Tanya, your comments are very welcome Smile
    What I wanted to show here was just that, a guy playing the bass guitar, trying to focus the attention on the instrument itself more than on the guy so I used that aperture to leave him out of focus. The photo was originally going to be used in an ad and it's still on the making so I wanted to hear some opinions before.
    I like the crop you both did and a more intense contrast also, helps the image to show more 'volume' and eliminates that flatness that mudge mentions.
    Thank you very much for your help Grin
    • 23 Jan 2015 3:52PM
  • Fantastic PF Alison. I particularly like the 'dark' images, great ones. Congrats Smile
    • Posted on cattyal's profile
    • 15 Jan 2015 4:09PM