Back Street Tri-Colour

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  1. tachyon

    tachyon TPF Noob!

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    I walked along back streets in Newtown, NSW, Australia. Here are the serults of that walk. I posted them in my photoblog. How would you like them?

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    Blue Back
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    White Back
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  2. danny

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    I like these. On the second one, is it natural or selective color?
    Danny
     
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    I like the basic patterns and the vibrant colours in each. They're simply photographs, but good for it. But please tell me you had to edit them by rotating them a little afterwards. :bow:
     
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    I like them. each one is interesting on its own but they are much stronger together as a series.
     
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    Very nice. Keep posting

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    nice work!
     
  7. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hey, wonderful! Yet another example of how something seemingly ordinary and trifle can be given some "life" of its own through some proper framing! Some of you around here are some real masters at this sort of art. :hail:
     
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    very cool, I have never seen this style of photography before I came here to tpf. neat captures, and they do make an interesting series. They do leave much for the imagination, and I am left with a sense of curiosity.. thanks for sharing!
     
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    Liked them all. Good job.
     
  10. tachyon

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    Thx for all the feedbacks. I use PS for post processing.
    Red Back, I pushed hue and saturated towards reddish tone.
    Blue Back was desaturated in yellow channel and in the other way in blue channel.
    White Back was skewn on the top of the frame too create an eye-level angle.
    I'll keep posting my works you. And you can check out my blog.
     

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