Fall colors

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by crawdaddio, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. crawdaddio

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    It's a little late, I know, but I just dug this one out of an old folder. This one was shot with a powershot A510.

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    Thanks again for looking.
     
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    nice:)
     
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    I like the perspective and the compo...a lot :thumbup:
    A quick shadow/highlight adjustment in PS would make it even nicer.
     
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    agree with woodsac 100%, also think it would look good b&w...

    -Joe
     
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    likey 'dis?

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    That's better, IMO. Maybe lightened up the shadows a tad too much? When you're adjusting the shadows/highlights, play with the radius. For this shot especially the shadow radius. It will help "place" your shadows.

    If you notice, it also increased your sky, without having to oversaturate.
     
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    I did notice that. I appreciate the tip.

    Peaceout
     
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    Nice capture. Good eye.

    Eric
     
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    Will have to thoroughly agree on the perspective comment. The edited version looks a tad bit better, but I didn't even notice the darker shadows in the first initially.
     
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    that helps! I've noticed your collections are always a little oversaturated or foggy. The snifter shot is sort of grey. could use more contrasting? That's what i think.

    Nice shot nonetheless! :mrgreen:
     

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