Deep forest

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Calypso, May 25, 2006.

  1. Calypso

    Calypso TPF Noob!

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    These are the first pictures I post on TPF. I hope you like them :wink:
    I found this abandoned bench standing in a clearance in the forest.

    Any comment would be appreciated!


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  2. Foffen

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    Hey Calypso, and be very welcome to the board! Good to have you here.

    I have to comment a bit. I can see from these pics that you already have been shooting alot, cause you know DOF etc.

    Although, (Im no pro, so you don't have to care) I think these are a bit grey. The lack of contrast makes them a bit boring, IMO.
    Dunno of you understand.

    Anyway - welcome here. :)
     
  3. WNK

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    I also vote to up the contrast a bit. It'll make the pics more intense
     
  4. Kevin D Burns

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    Nice work, the last image is awesome, the first two could use a bit of brightening/gamma. I would not boost the contrast. IMO that is.
     
  5. Calypso

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    Thanks for all your comments.

    @Foffen
    I think you are right about the grey color, I've tried to process the images with photoshop again, and the result (at least for the second one) looks much better.

    @WNK and Kevin
    Thanks for your advices, I'll try them too :wink:
     

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