Dusk over the Industrial District

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  1. Battou

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    Is this cross-proccessed? Weird color sky but I like it.
     
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    good shot but It looks pretty grainy to me.
     
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    If it's not cross-processed, then the colours seem a bit weird. Also, the noise is a bit high and it seems way underexposed (but that might just be the ****e laptop monitor I'm using).
     
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    it's not your monitor Redriguez, it is a bit noisy, I can't seem to focus on the picture accuratly, it hurts my eyes. But hey, the picture would be great if it turned out, sucks it didn't for whatever reason. Oh well, it happens
     
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    No, it is not crossprocessed, and yes the sky color was weird. I have been trying to get the red sky at night for some time, but on this night it was a weak pink, coupled with the remaining blue it made for an interesting lavender
    I shoot film and do not have any noise reduction software, this can be expected.
    On my moniter at home the exposure is correct, however the flatscreen moniter here at work it is significantly dark, to the point of blackness in the lower half.
    Tilt your moniters forward and look at it straight on if you are using consumergrade flatscreens.
     
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    i find grain on film can be very appealing. no need to try and remove it on this shot IMO it's fine as it is
     
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    Thank you
     

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