Cadillac

Discussion in 'General Critical Analysis' started by Whateverhobb, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. Whateverhobb

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    I was driving to my moms, and saw this beautiful car just abandoned by an old barn.. I drove past it a bunch of times and I just had to stop and take a picture. :p

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    I like the angle at which you photographed the car and the barn behind it. but the lens flare and how the front of the car is a different color than the rest is distracting and don't help the photo. Also the sky does not look natural at all.
     
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    The sky looks unnatural to me also. The direction of the lens flare doesn't seem to coincide with the angle of the sun.. I like the composition..Did you desaturate the barn? It also doesn't look natural. If you did, then I would suggest to desaturate the sky as well and leave just the car in color.. I would increase the saturation of the car somewhat. I'd be curious to what you have done with it prior to posting.
     
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    All I did was change the sky, add the lensflare and take out some wires that were hanging down in the picture. I like your idea about desaturating the sky and barn. Maybe I will try that. I wasn't going for a realistic look for this picture, I was trying for something different. The car looked so sad there but you could tell that it had been very beautiful at one time.
     

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