Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by TBaraki, Nov 20, 2005.
Converted to B&W with sepia and other adjustments.
Any feedback is very much welcome.
my my my, I love the lighting on the second one. Also how the brickwork fades off as you move down the road. The leaves/trees look great as well. Very very nice!
Great Pictures, Travis, especially the second one! As Ricky said, the lighting is very good. I also like the subject of the first picture, but a little more light would've made it stand out more, more interesting to look at.
Great images, I always think that graveyard photo's look best in black & white or sepia. I would love to go and take some graveyard photo's myself, but I am not quite brave enough to go out taking photographs on my own. (I am a bit of a wimp )
I agree with the comments in regards to the lighting of the first shot. I underexposed horribly. The image I posted is the result of tons of lightening and curves work. As a result, the detailed stonework loses much of its depth. At least I'll know what not to do next time.
Thanks for the replies.
couldn´t say it better.
both are very nice but the second one works for me........... you know here in my hometown there´s a very similar cemetery, maybe ill go there for some shots tomorrow or on tuesday and i can post them here, no problem right?
No problem at all!
What is your hometown? These two were taken in Paris.
Both are good shots, the second is great Travis. This type of shot works best in high contrast B&W and you did very well, IMHO. Good job, keep it up!
These are both great shots...but I really like that second one. Would love to walk there in the fall , with all the colours on the trees. Great captures.
wow... really good shots... i just love cemetaries.....i have my own in the back yard..
the tones really make these..and the second one i would frame....
Mar del Plata, Argentina...... im almost sure im going today..... there´s a great cemetery in Buenos Aires, were many presidents and famous scientists, artists and writers are buried....... i´ll try to take some shots there next time im in Buenos Aires......
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