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By samuelh
this photograph has not been digitally altered in any way

Tags: Specialist and abstract

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dusted 17 508 1 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2005 6:25AM
hi samuel

have you recently trimmed your portfolio down ? I saw one when I was looking through the other day but swear its vanished now !
samuelh 17 22
17 Sep 2005 7:24AM
Do you remember what it was of? I don't think I've gotten rid of anything.
perrism 17 6
17 Sep 2005 2:00PM
It's a bit similar to "Untitled" (16th Feb). The fact that it's a JPEG means it's been digitally altered quite considerably, despite the description; there's no getting away from that.

Being blue, the light fall-off in the top-right of the frame (botton right of the rotated picture as shown) suggests you've filtered the lens or altered it digitally in post-production, too - or did you adjust the white balance when taking the shot?
dusted 17 508 1 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2005 1:22AM
old age is getting to me , either that or way to many late nights. if you havent removed any then must just be me !!
samuelh 17 22
18 Sep 2005 1:35AM
perrism.

it's a jpeg because i uploaded it to flickr in order to resize it to 500x300, as per ephotozine guidelines. this new version must have been saved a jpeg, between which and the jpg or whatever it is you prefer i know nothing aside from the additional letter "e."
samuelh 17 22
18 Sep 2005 1:38AM
Also, why do you think i've rotated the picture. That is not so, but thanks for guessing. As to the blue, yes, of course I adjusted the white balance and shot through a blue filter. What I was saying in the description was that it had not been rotated, post-production filtered, colors adjusted, whatever you might dream up... not something contrary to reason.

And moderators, please do not delete our posts, ok?
perrism 17 6
18 Sep 2005 3:28PM
I think you've rotated the picture because it shows roof beams going vertically up a wall as opposed to horizontally across a roof. It's very similar to your picture of 16th Feb, which shows a pelmut going "up" the wall. You also stated in the description for that picture, "and took it from an angle that i thought messed with your perspective".

I hadn't thought saying, "you rotated the picture" was a big deal. I'm sorry that it obviously is.

"What I was saying in the description was that it had not been rotated, post-production filtered, colors adjusted, whatever you might dream up.." No, what you said was, "This photograph has not been digitally altered in any way", although your last comment ("yes, of course I adjusted the white balance") clearly contradicts this and I can't reconcile "not color adjusted" with, "of course I.. shot though a blue filter". Not that anyone cares. It's a nicer image than many in your PF, and much nicer than the one you posted this evening.

I won't comment on any of your photos again, since you don't seem to be able to handle, let alone learn from, criticism. But the "blue mirror" photo is quite nice.
samuelh 17 22
19 Sep 2005 1:30AM
cheers

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