Industrial Park

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by TiCoyote, May 16, 2009.

  1. TiCoyote

    TiCoyote TPF Noob!

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    Maybe I'm still a little kid, but industrial parks are so cool. These are sepia, but I figured it was cool anyway. C&C welcome.

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  2. Peter42

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    Hi tyco, what do you think about this cut?
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    cutting the stuff to its own part, removing things, you never look at before. ;)
    greetings peter
     
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    Dunno, Pete, I was going for something a little washed out and abandoned looking. I think the space around it helps do that. Ideally, there should be much more space.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    So you went for the washed out look? Well, in that case any comment of mine is unnecessary... I for my part feel that particularly industrial photography requires the starkest of contrasts possible, but little do I know, anyway, as that field is not really so very much "my field" of photography... I tried once (here ) and wasn't too sure about the effect, but this might show you what I mean...
     

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