Inside Studio Shot

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  1. Nikoncs4

    Nikoncs4 TPF Noob!

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    Took this with my new nikon yesterday. Tell me what you guys think? Please ignore the window I know it is washed out and I need to fix it to bring out the wall more. Thanks for looking!

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    i dig it
     
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    Interesting shot, but I find that the light / colour isn't balanced well. The left side of the image seem whiter and more saturated than the right side
     
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    I agree with big. Might be my moniter but the colors don't look right
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    For a second there I thought I was looking at a basic hdr..
     
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    shadows highlights tool? if so, you often have to reintroduce contrast back into the image. i'd say the whole image looks a bit washed out, not the window. as for the colour balance, could be cause of the two different light sources. the right side of the image is lit primarily by a warm interior light, while the left side is lit but the cooler exterior light of the window. the saturation is the same, but the colour temperatures are different. i think it's a cool effect. a contrast boost with curves makes it all really pop and looks pretty cool... a bit more fakish, but cool.


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    there's no perspective and it makes my eyes hurt!


    cool shot though... maybe let off a little on the compression.
     

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