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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by seafoxfla, Oct 17, 2007.

  1. seafoxfla

    seafoxfla TPF Noob!

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    Hope you like it. C&C welcomed.

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    I can smell the fresh oxygenated air, I can hear the water and the breeze in the trees.

    I can't fault this shot but I'm wondering about the saturation and my new monitor that I'm still getting used to. Did you whack up the Saturation in PS or is my monitor making everything look too wet and juicy? [Dell 30"]

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    Very nice :thumbup:
     
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    Looks to saturated to me too. Way too green, even the rocks are all green looking (the actual rocks, not just the moss). Knock the saturation down a bit and I think it would be much better. Other than that it's a really neat shot.
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Here's the forum's notorious lover of the colour green speaking, and she states that in this photo the amount of green is way too high and it is way too much. You overdid the saturation. I am sure the place had deeply saturated greens to begin with.
    The scene as such is just so I would want to jump into the picture and be there and soak up all the green there is. But I might choke on THIS saturation.

    Maybe you overexposed the rushing water just a little? It is very white - to the point of looking blown.
     
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    I would agree this a nice shot but there is too much green
     
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    ok so my monitor is grand so, I was worried about the green tinted rocks.
     
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    seafloxfla, how do you feel about my edit?


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    It's a beautiful place and photo but the colors are a little strange to me. Also, the water falling is too white, overexposed. I know it's very difficult to deal with light in a situation like that.
     

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