B&W Barn - Tonal Range?

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  1. rwebbart

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    Just looking for comments on the overall tonal range. It was 11am and stormy, but I think it turned out.
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    beautiful, beautiful image....i'm a BARN girl..i spend my time shooting them and painting them...excellent shot, would love to paint that one...oh and yes, great tonal range!
     
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    I am also a painter. The last gallery on my webpage
    http://www.randywebb.net
    is of my paintings.
     
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    good shot, i would like to see it in silver!
     
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    Randy I love this so much! Love how the window is falling apart and such, yey for details! :D This is really interesting, and in it's own way.. beautiful. D:
     
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    Good shot
     
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    Very nice well balanced shot in every way
     
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    Bump the contrast. This is way too gray. A very nice shot though.
     
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    You have good range, and the histogram looks good, but I do agree: it's a nice shot to start, but a boost in contrast will do wonders for it.
     
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    i strongly disagree, at most burn in some spots. no overall adjustment should be done here.

    ITS GOOD.
     
  11. mysteryscribe

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    Okay here it comes, I never, never look at histograms. At this point I know at least one and probably more are thinking, I've seen your shots and it shows. The thing is an image has a feel that has nothing to with perfection. I chose to go by that. Probably not very modern though. Alas I'm just old fashioned i guess.
     
  12. Andrew Snyder

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    Just my view on it. Sharpened a tad as well. I'll delete if you want.
     

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