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  1. Scarlett_Phoenix

    Scarlett_Phoenix TPF Noob!

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    Tell me what you think.
    I cropped the image and then converted to black and white. I still feel the image is a little dark though.
    Any in put would be great.

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    The size is a problem. I would like to see it bigger.
     
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    Maybe it's my monitor, but it seems too dark. I like the crop, but would like to see some more light.
     
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    If you click on the image, it brings up a bigger picture. :sexywink:
     
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    I like it a lot. On my scree, it's bright enough, and the crop is great
     
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    The crop is interesting, and I think it works fine. :) I would like to see a little more detail, though, it's showing up too dark on my monitor, as well.
     
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    overall comp looks good - but too dark on my monitor as well (I'm sure it's nothing that can't be tweaked in PS). love the bit of lighter coloured mane. cool shot
     
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    I really like this, the crop works for me.
     
  9. Scarlett_Phoenix

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    I shall have a go at lightening the image and see what happens.

    How is this.....I am not too good at using Photoshop as yet, but if I keep playing I will get there in the end. :sexywink:

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    Interesting composition, in the edited version you've lost the detail in the mane it looks blown. I think because the horses coat and eye are the same colour the eye gets lost so the life is lost also, maybe try this with a different colour horse where the eye could be more prominent maybe?
     
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    Yes, kind of what I thought about colour. I think I shall try the same shot on my own and my sisters horses. They are both lighter, so should (hopefully) get a better result. :D
     
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    After clicking on it (I always forget that little deal) I love it. I have barely started photographing horses. I have the same problem of exposure. It is like their coat either super reflects or absorbs the light. If I ever visit them again I will remember to put the meter on spot.
     

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