Fall, Sunset

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Steelers456, Nov 6, 2008.

  1. Steelers456

    Steelers456 TPF Noob!

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    I took the first in a moving car, but i like the outcome of it yet.
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    Edit: Figured i would get some responses quicker on this site with all the members an traffic here. =(
     
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  2. DRoberts

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    Really like #1...cool colors in #3. The conversion really doesn't work in #4, it's the colors that were interesting in the shot.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Given the fact that the first photo was taken out of a moving car, it came out well! But I once more feel confirmed in my personal dislike of vignetting - but that is all personal. I feel (specifically at their small size now) the photos lose a lot of detail through the vignettes, more so because they are dark in themselves already. The clouds are most dramatic in 2 ... and a lot of their dramatic colours get lost when 3 is being converted, I think (too).
     
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    I like the artistic effect of post-shoot vignetting since it draws the attention towards the center of the photo and creates a more film like experience.The full size images made the thread really wide so i used a smaller size for convenience. ;)
     

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