Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by GA_mayne, Feb 10, 2010.
What's your opinion?
Debating whether these look better in B&W...
They're pretty much already monochrome...
With a little more work, I think they would be very cool (especially the last one).
I would clone in some 'light' on the dark section of the lamp (under the bulb), and clone out the stem. And maybe darken the lamp up just a little (maybe).
Then (to me) it would look like a full moon over sand dunes.
More so on the last one, because of the shape of the fabric (?).
I think the orangish color help give the effect of sand dunes.
I just realized that I posted this in the wrong section................
I was thinking about playing around with the a little. Especially taking the lamp stem out.
I also was going for the moon over sand dunes, so it's nice to hear that someone else thought that.
Let's see what I can do with these...
With the stem and that dark section under the bulb cloned out, I think it would be pretty hard to tell that it isn't sand dunes...
I like that. The only other thing I might change is the orangish WB - but only around the light.
changed that and made it more round.
looks like the desert or something.
Now that is cool!
Pretty cool, but I like it better where you CAN see the light stand ... just a bit, not a ton ... because it suggests the sand dunes/desert without trying to outight dupe us into thinking that's what it is.
and manaheim, you have a very good point.
This one is kind of neat.
Talk about abstract....
IMO, I think cloning out the small shadow in the light made it look a vectored white circle. Adding a little texture to the light might give a little more realism.
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