Biblical Bridge (now with new and exciting coloured bits)

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  1. triggerhappy

    triggerhappy TPF Noob!

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    Critique greatly appreciated.

    thanks!

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  2. triggerhappy

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    Anyone? :cry:
     
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    Wow...I love the tones and the angle to this...other than that...I'm not that great at critiquing (sp?)
     
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    Looks like something that would be on the front of Life Magazine in the late '40's or '50's. I like it.
     
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    Don't know how I missed this one, seems I've missed a few :scratch:

    Very good picture.it has a Sci-Fi feel to it. There is quite a bit of noise, have you tried some of the software for noise reduction? I do not think the noise looks bad in fact I kind of like it, but it may be worth a try. The composition is good, I find the further end of arch going in to black a little disturbing, maybe a crop just above the black on the bottom? All in all I really dig the pic.

    If you like I can post the way I would crop it and also process it through neat image.

    Edit: after playing with it I like your composition better, the arch fading into black looks more dramatic :oops: but try neat image and see what you think
     
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    cruzin, i'd like to see it after being run through your noise reduction software, just to see how well it works... and then maybe download it for future use :)

    i like the angle and contrast you have though triggerhappy
     
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    Thanks all! :D

    I know what you mean about the 50's/sci-fi look. It was completely unintended but seems to have worked out quite well.

    Nytmair, the noise is there because I turned up the contrast so much. I don't have any noise reduction software, but would be very interested in the results if you want to have a go.

    Thanks again!

    *EDIT* Sorry I just realised that it was Cruzin who suggested the noise reduction
     
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    I just used the automatic mode, if your really keen you can fiqure out how to manually adjust the noise reduction. The program also sharpens pictures. It is free, so why not download?


    http://www.neatimage.com/index.html

    Did I say how much I like your picture :)
     
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    I really like the picture. Not sure if I like the image with more noise, I think I do actually, but I must say, the software did a great job!

    How is it with full resolution images?
     
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    I think you did, but don't let that stop you. I love hearing it :lol:

    Thanks for the neat image suggestion by the way. What a great program! I like the noise in the Bw version, but always felt that the colour one was spoilt somewhat. So here's the colour one sans noise.

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