Cemetery

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  1. TBaraki

    TBaraki TPF Noob!

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    Converted to B&W with sepia and other adjustments.

    Any feedback is very much welcome.

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    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!
     
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    Great Pictures, Travis, especially the second one! :D 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.
     
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    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 :p )
     
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    Thanks guys.

    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. :)
     
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    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?
     
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    No problem at all! :)

    What is your hometown? These two were taken in Paris.
     
  8. jstuedle

    jstuedle No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    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!
     
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    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.
     
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    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....

    cool shots!
     
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    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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