Mexico... Awesome Colors

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  1. Chris Stegner

    Chris Stegner TPF Noob!

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    Vacationing in Mexico, and the colors are awesome. Here's a couple of many, many I've taken. One of those times where you shoot much more than you have time to process. I think I'll post more at some point.

    I'm very attracted to the contrast of colors. I live in Kentucky, USA and there's certainly not colors like this back home.

    Thanks for looking and I'd appreciate comments.

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  2. saltface

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    Ah, Niño Jesús...
    Yeah, bright colors in Mexico are a given. I like the hen in the cage. It has a simple, clean, odd feel to it.
    I'm guessing the picture in the first picture was somewhat faded/subdued, mebbe bump the levels?
     
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    I like these. I like the colors in the first one as they are, but I prefer a lot less saturation than many do.
     
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    That hen photo gets to me.
    Yes, for one because of the intensely blue-painted wall as your background, but also because this is ALL the hen has to move about in??? If so, then - poor hen.

    For the first it would have been nice if the corona-"spike" which points to the right would have been included in the frame entirely.
     

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