Does this processing style work??

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  1. Abby Rose

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    Just trying something new. I didn't find the photos themselves incredibly interesting, but I did think that the general shapes of the subjects were ok so I tried to make that more obvious.

    And aside from the processing style... do the photos themselves work?

    oh, and beware... I finally got all my stuff from the county fair edited, so I'll be posting a few more for CC. :sexywink: Mostly midway, stuff, I think. I love the fair! :D

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    Too dark to tell whats going on for me.
     
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    The very dark shadows and the bright sky just don't jive. They are visually confusing. The leaning Ferris wheel in #2 is likewise unsettling as if it is about to topple over. I must say I don't think they "work" They almost suggest to me that they are the exposed for highlights 1/2 of a set for a HDR photo build up. High dynamic range imaging - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    Alrighty, thanks guys. :) Probably won't be doing much more of this, then...
     
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    don't think these need hdr yet... they're still pretty underexposed... could easily add a little exposure then recover a bit of the highlights and fill light some of the shadows... as long as you shoot in RAW
     
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    Can't shoot in raw, my camera doesnt support it.
     

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