Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Clancyz, Dec 30, 2008.
Any C&C welcomed
Nope. If anything, it's UNDERexposed, but I think it serves the photo well, here.
A-ha... a pun!
That being said, I do agree with Harmony that a little more exposure (in the photographic front) would have really helped to pop the colours a bit and bring some more richness to them. Very nice find!
I didn't catch that the first time!
According to the background buildings, it's off kilter.
I thought everyone knew that term.
Basically the building are leaning to the right. I didn't notice till Early pointed it out.
I think it is fine, the UO contributes to the feel. I can't tell the slant until someone pointed it out. 7/10
I dig it..looks like an album cover. Just a hunch but were you were focusing on the headlight?
Peanuts is right-on with the title and exposure (as well as Harmony). I love the title, it's perfect. The green channel is week. It needs to be boosted. Otherwise I think composition is fine.
Could you explain what you mean by "The green channel is week(sic) and needs to be boosted..??" Do you mean green hue? - or luminosity?
Exposure seems fine to me - here is the pic corrected for WB...
exposure looks fine. personally though, i would have either gone B&W/Gray Scale or popped the saturation a little bit. maybe tried for a cross processed look?
nice composition though
I wonder how this image would look if you shot from a lower point of view and kept most of the front end in the image.
The car is overexposed [to the outdoors], yes.
The picture itself I think is underexposed. You lost all the detail of the wheel and wheel well.
since your pics are okay to edit, here's what I did. bumped the brightness and contrast a bit, popped the saturation and put a vivid color filter and a cooling filter of the top
To be honest that looks so much worse than the original...
ouch sir.. hahaha
I do not mean hue, more so luminosity. I wrote a quick explaination of color channels here:
well my pics are usually really contrasty and highly saturated. It's not for everyone. i pretty much fell in love with the way cross processing and lo-fi looks so I try to emulate it in my digital work.
but i'm still an amateur. any constructive criticism is helpful
How about this- a little pop and a little crop. 3 clannels layers, each with +30% on one channel and -15 on the other two, and a gentle s-curve on a "curves" layer...
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