Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ahuguley, May 29, 2004.
Anything you see that I might need to correct? This is just a portion of the complete image.
Now that is something I do not see everyday. Good shot! I would like to see the full frame.
that looks awesome! the crop doesnt quite sit right with me post the whole image and maybe others? that would be tite
Alright, I'll post the full one in just a few minutes. I'm not too excited about the cropping job myself. I should probably consider taking that tree out (the one on the far right).
By the way, I took this shot (well, many) at a civil war re-enactment at Tannehill State Park. I thought the Sepia mode would be perfect for this occasion.
Well, the full image is not much better. I'll just post the link since it's 1280 x 960 (the original is 3200 x 2400)
EDIT: A couple more:
Wow I feel like I am really in the Civil War. Great job!
but they seem a bit too much in focus
and i know it's hard to get only certain things in focus with new camera
but this are nice
Great pictures you have here. The sepia works perfectly with these types of shots.
I agree with controlz. Everything seems to bee too much in focus which for me takes focus away from the subjects. You can possibly try blurring the backgrounds or try a tighter crop.
Anyway, that's just how I see it. It depends on the look you were going for. Either way they are still great pictures. Good work.
I really like the first one, great shot.
Howerever, I couldn't help but giggle at the guy in the back of the line picking his nose...
crop the tree out on the right and then take a lil off the top (viewing from the original) if u ask me
Hmm, using a low f-stop would have been a good idea. Perhaps I'll see what I can do with a soft blur - maybe even try a texture filter.
Thanks for all of the responses, btw.
These are the kinds of subjects for which sepia works best. I wasn't aware until now just how endearing sepia can be.
I like the pics
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