Lake Las Vegas

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by maxalmon, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. maxalmon

    maxalmon TPF Noob!

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    Good/Bad?....Open to all opinions.
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  2. clbowie

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    For me ... a bit dark and the sky seems bland. But I'm new at this! :D
     
  3. RyanMTaylor

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    I'm kinda new at this photography thing so take my crit as you will. But to me it looks like it's still slightly underexposed? I see areas where the brights could be brighter and still hold detail. Looks kind of like a drab day. Not sure if you were going for that.

    Having said that I really like the shot. I'm finding it hard to find a real specific subject but that's alright with me. I guess I'd just like to see the whole thing a bit brighter. Do you have any way of showing us what your histogram looks like? Great shot though. I dig.

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  4. *Knowledge*

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    I too say underexposed buy some pp can help you out aswell.
    Since you're allowing edits, here's my view on the image.

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  5. Brutus

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    With the edit, it is quite a good image. The reflection is pretty good, and the colors are great. The sky is a bit bland, though. The original is a bit dark and the contrast is low, the edited one really shows the colors pop. Nice shot!
     

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