Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by snarf, Jul 27, 2007.
my 1st trip to NY..
Wow I love the bridge shot. I have to visit New York asap.
Good - your attempt at "the symmetrical Brooklyn Bridge photo" turned out A LOT better than mine! A lot! Actually, mine's a blooper
I agree the bridge shot is gorgeous. I disagree on getting to NY asap, however. Not big on panic attacks.
The clouds really add a nice overall texture and feel to this image..really nice !
The first shot is awesome, if slightly too contrasty.
The second is pretty well done but the exposure latitude is a bit narrow.
Those are great! This might be too tacky, but have you tried selective coloring on the flag in the bridge shot? Might look cool with the aged look.
thanks for all the compliments... anyone know what my legal leg is at on being able to sell the bum picture?? i have a couple people wanting prints and i never got a waiver from him.. also .. how could i have opened the exposure latitude more? and what kind of results would i have gotten?? thanks..
No usage restrictions on images shot on public property. You can do what you like with the image.
I presume these are digital? You'll have to explain your conversion steps if it is so we can identify where the problem is. It could be conversion...it could be exposure.
I would love to see the American Flag on the B & W for the Brooklyn Bridge colored .
Awesome shots, btw.
I have to disagree on one part,
you can sell anything you shoot as art, if its a limited edition type thing then your bases are covered and you wont get in trouble ever. But if it turns into a commercial thing like you end up selling the image to nike or something else of a major commercial endevor, you are then violating the law, and would need a model release. you can make money off it, but market is as art or newsworthy and your fine.....
its not "totally" open to "anything" you want to do as max puts it, but prints for someone, sure !!!!
Sorry, I didn't think Snarf was planning on selling the shot of the homeless guy to any ad agencies
But you're right....the caveat is no commercial use.
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