Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by therustytracks, Dec 22, 2007.
comments and critique welcome.
u should crop #2 a little closer
They are quite a bit DARK.
Underexposed, I should say.
Do you accept post processing or are you strictly against it? If not, then you might want to work on these a little? Also maybe consider some crops to the last three to bring us viewers closer to the subject? (Unless you had planned to create a poster out of the seagull photo and need all that space for writing?)
they are all underexposed, this is what i would say as well
yea i was having trouble that day. The sun was out for about 2 hours and then it got really cloudy and i was having trouble adjusting. I didn't bring the tripod so i was fighting to keep the shutter speed up and still allow enough light for proper exposure but it didn't work out so well. I also don't have any image editing software on my computer. Any suggestions that won't break the bank but will offer a decent amount of editing tools?
I agree with Alex and Corinna, these are underexposed.
I've only learned today how to set black and white points for curves layers. Pretty cool what can be done.
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