A journey?

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by KenCo, Dec 11, 2006.

  1. KenCo

    KenCo TPF Noob!

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    Not sure if I have posted this before...but I've reprocessed it and gone sepia. I have always liked the shot and think it has something although not sure what.

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    Very cool. It looks like it's a fairytale....
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This photo is "eternal". It could have been taken at any time (within the years that the world has had railroads and trains, of course!) and therefore I feel the sepia toning is perfect here. And I like the 3-D aspect that you created with your wise choice of DOF and focus on the suitcase carriage, leaving large parts in the foreground blurred. I wonder how much of the blur is PS work, there seems to be a vignette of blurred parts around this suitcase carriage...
     
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    perfect looks like it was taken years ago! well done :)
     
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    The DOF in this photo is very nice, its like a 3D photo.
     
  6. KenCo

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    Thanks again for the comments.....
    A lot of the foreground was done in camera....the milk urns and hanging flowers BUT you are right I did also call on PS for some extra help, although I did it on a layer and reduced the opacity down to about 20%......thinking it would be less noticeable.....DOH!
    Thanks again.
    Ken.
     

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