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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by walter23, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. walter23

    walter23 TPF Noob!

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    I gave it some warmth with the colour mixer... too much?


    I swear this is the last of the flurry of images for today (just got back from vacation and it's bloody freezing outside, I'd rather edit photos than venture out).
     
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    A little too bright or overexposed for my taste.
     
  3. JonMikal

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    although i like the angle and composition i agree with railman
     
  4. walter23

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    Here's the unedited version:

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  5. Alison

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    I love the lighting in the foreground but the exposure in the upper left is overpowering. I tried several crop on screen and you might try a vertical stopping at the end of the instrument that he is playing. It crops out the one on the ground, but I think it helps with the exposure issue in back and makes it a bit stronger.

    Great capture overall and and wonderful street scene!

    EDIT: Now I see the second image. I like that one much better, but you might try selectively lightening the man a bit to match the colors you had in the first.
     
  6. elsaspet

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    I like that one better. The guy in the foreground is really cool.
     
  7. John E.

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    Sure enjoy your street pictures, good subject. I think tightening up on the subject is a good Idea.
     

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