Contrasts

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by TBaraki, May 25, 2007.

  1. TBaraki

    TBaraki TPF Noob!

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    I thought the colour and curves of the bike contrasted nicely against the bland, linear wall.

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    i really like it, great job on the color
     
  3. Mrjangles14

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    I really like the composition of it, I think it would look better if you cropped it right under the lock on the door though, just my 2c.
     
  4. Stan (AG)

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    It would be even better if you when in for a tighter shot, of just the bike. Good example of geometric vs. freehand. Also the contrast of colors works. Just try cropping it, and post again.
     
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    Your pictures said they were ok to edit, so I gave it a whirl at my own crop & edit, let me know what you think..

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  6. DSLR noob

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    Original is pretty. Edit gives it a bit of the stereotypical over saturated look that is a fas nowadays.
     
  7. Stan (AG)

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    Very true, but the original artist didn't saturated.
     
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    Yeah original post, and orginial artist is better for me.
     
  9. LaFoto

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    Well, original and edit ... I would still lose the door on the right. Completely. With the door gone, I think the contrasts come out even better. Now the door is stealing something off them.
     
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    I agree with LaFoto, the original is much nicer to my eye, I have to say. Nice photo.
     

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