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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by 'Daniel', Aug 8, 2005.

  1. 'Daniel'

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    I went into town today and took my camera, I took a few shots of buildings these three turned out well I think.

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    High Contrast level on this one.
     
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    I like number 2 the most.
     
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    Thanks alot, anymore comments?
     
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    I really like the second, the lines in it are great, and you've got a nice amount of contrast. It's slightly tilted but you could straighten er up in PS no problem :)
     
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    No. 2 and no. 3. The perspective is great in no. 2 and your BW tones are nicely gradated; really well exposed.
    The 3rd one is a little contrasty but I like that you're still holdong detail in the sky and it's a beautiful building.
    The first one would have benefited from being there at a different time of day IMO> the shadows across it are somewhat distracting.
     
  6. 'Daniel'

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    Yeah, I tried before to straighten but I did it slightly rushed. I need to go into the 0.x degrees to get it right. Thanks :)
     
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    yes i think they have turned out well too! love #2 and the b&w conversion works well, good work daniel.
     
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    i really like the perspective on the first and second one but i personally think they could have both been a bit underexposed. doing so would bring out some of the detail that got washed out in the sunlit areas and if it was only underexposed 1/3 or 1/2 a stop i think the detail in the shadow would still come out just as clear.
    i just would like to see more brink detaling that i think got washed out.
    but i really love that second shot. great perspective
     
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    Great photos!! Love them all..
     
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    Excellent work with #2 exposure etc very good. Ernie
     
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    thanks for the replies dalebe, JonK, fightheheathens, twohaches and erniehatt.

    fightheheathens; I don't think my camera is good enough to change the exposure :blushing: Is there anything that can be done post taking in photoshop?
     
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    nice captures in all. the last building looks like an interesting place to shoot. well done.
     

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