If you want something done right... [1 image, ~47kb]

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Polygon, Nov 2, 2005.

  1. Polygon

    Polygon TPF Noob!

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    you have to do it yourself. Something like that must have been the thoughts of the students in this old dormatory about their TV-variety.
    The image was heavily desaturated to make the houses look b&w while the "nature" remains slightly colored. I liked it better that way than making it completely b&w.
    First image here, hope it's not too bad.

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    :lmao:

    no, not at all bad. i'm generally not fond of selective coloring but you pulled it off subtilely. i love the hint of color.

    welcome to TPF!
     
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    The leading lines are very strong here but what do they lead to?
     
  4. David A

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    I think he is referring to all of the satellite dishes next to the windows...which most of the lines seem to lead away from, atleast they do for me.

    Anyway, I like the selective coloring...hard technique to pull off on a broad range photo such as this one. Well executed. :thumbup:
     
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    Yes, the dishes were the intention. But now that you mention it they don't come out on the picture too good (especially the ones in the background). I guess the view is just too normal for me (I'm walking past there quite often), so I didn't notice that in the first place.

    Thanks for your comments.
     

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