A shed in Texas

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  1. Puscas

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    This shed was just crying out to be photographed. Hope I did a decent job. I'm not all that experienced with B&W, any pointers are always appreciated.

    Thanks for looking.

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    i like num 1...
     
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    Number 1 is nice - I prefer it to number 2!

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    Remember that the eye is attracted to white/bright areas of the image. With number 1 I'd like to see a tad more contrast on the wheels and I'd like the barn sides a darker. Is the entire barn tilting/leaning or is your horizon off?

    I really like what you saw ... you need a bit of work on the exposure and/or the post processing to bring out all the "goodness" of the image.

    How did you convert? Did you shoot RAW?

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    Thanks Mesoam and David.

    Gary, I now see what you mean: there are a lot of blown out streaks on the shed. Hmmm, it looked properly exposed, maybe I went wrong with the pp. I converted it to b&w and no, not RAW. I've never worked in RAW, maybe it's a good time to start...:)

    thanks so much.




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