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mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.5k 2564 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2013 1:21PM
I really like this, the combination of angle and crop. Could I suggest that it needs a bit of contrast? It's important to check whether the light needs adjusting after conversion to b&w, a well balanced colour image does not translate automatically into well balanced mono. I suspect that a Levels adjustment would bring this to life. Lighten the sand and the cut wood surfaces at the tops of the timbers, darken the uprights and shadows.
Also, you really didn't need ISO 800, did you! The D7000 performs well at high ISOs, but you've got ISO 100, and it would still have given you a hand-holdable shutter speed, with slightly better image quality.
Hope you won't be offended by that.
Moira
29 Jun 2013 5:55PM
Thanks Moira, no offense taken, its nice for some advice,still learning in the post processing stage and will try that out, and as far as the iso, well, leaving it on auto didn't help me did it, still, I'll learn by my mistakes, once again thank you.
Dave

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