Old Farm House

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  1. LENEtheMOST

    LENEtheMOST TPF Noob!

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    An old farm house.
    Tell me what you think!

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  2. mysteryscribe

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    I like it but on my monitor it is so dark most of the detail is gone. Just a little bit more exposure and it looks terrific and still dark and moody. It is probably just my monitor.
     
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    Yeah it's dark for me too but I can make out some detail. With a little Levels love this could be a pretty good shot.
     
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    too dark....but a great mood...trying a little tweaking with your levels and see what happens
     
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    Looking at the histogram, you've only used half of the available tonal range. You could move the white point down to where I've shown to get a more normal image, but rather than being an image with 256 levels of each color, you have an image with only 125 levels of each color. A better exposure to start would be best, but you can salvage this one to some degree.
     
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    I think it´s a little bit too dark, the scenery looks good (in my opinion).
     
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    I think the composition is too- something. Makes it look squat and square. I'd either crop off the bottom and get rid of the two fenceposts or the building on the left, or, crop left and bottom.
     
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    I really like it....I would be afraid if you adjusted the exposure you would have lost that cold , barren (sp?) feeling.
     

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