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  1. nvr2low

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    old farm buildings

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    cool rustic shots, maybe add a little contrast though
     
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    ill have to give that a try
     
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    i like the comps, though i agree on the subtle lack of contrast...
     
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    i moved the contrast level up in phototshop and the pics just got lighter. is that what you suggest i do? If not what do you suggest, if you have a chance can you edit one and show me how you did it?
     
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    Use the 'levels' tool. Move the little thing on the black side further to the right, this will make the darks darker
     
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    thanks, i will try that
     
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    I really like these - old wood, bare trees - with or without the extra contrast they work for me :)
     
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    nice b&w's, i like your compositions too... did you have a chance to adjust the contrast yet? i'd be curious to see what you came up with...
     
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    i will play with it when i get home tonight. i really couldnt get a much different result without everything being too dark or too light. i dont know, guess it will take some time to fine tune it maybe.
     
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    nice composition! thanks for sharing :)
     
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    I agree with them, you need to adjust the contrast. Try it also in sepia tone. I want to see it in sepia tone. Just curious to see what it comes out... Other than that, nice composition.


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