Multi Processed Tree

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  1. gizmo2071

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    The Tree.
    4 shots.
    Same tripod position.
    4 methods of processing/shooting.

    Top:- Standard - Infrared
    Bottom:- B&W - Selective Colours

    I couldn't decide which I liked the most.
    So you get them all in one :D

    Like a seasons thing.... :p

    Enjoy

    I'll chuck these in aswell rather than another thread.
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    I think I like the bottom right the best. The sky is slightly deeper blue than the other and on my monitor the green is more pleasing.
     
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    i like the top right the best. doesn't look like natural lightinng, but sure looks like art. :)
     
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    I like the top right one personally, looks like a B&W taken on a bright night with a space ship shining right on the tree before landing. The only thing I dont like about the bottom right is there is too much saturation or too much red. Makes the sky look too purple and the burnt grass too brown. That is a gorgeous sky though, the first pic does it justice.

    I know I am a noob, so take it as you will. :p
     
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    Thank you :)
    Weird how people prefer the more "processed" shots.
    The top right is the Infra Red shot ;D
    The bottom right is saturated that way on purpose :}
     
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    None of them do anything for me...it's not a particularly interesting tree! #6 and #3, however, are really nice.
    I wonder if people prefer the processed shots because trees are generally not that interesting unless they're next to a lake (reflection) or add the foreground detail to a sunset or a dramatic sky? The heavily processed shots change the way you look at a photo and bring attention back to the tree.
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    I would like to see the Inf shot merged with the B+W shot. I really like the tree in the Inf shot and I really like the sky in the B+W. Can you do that in photoshop? (I can't lol)
     

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