Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by hotrocks, May 11, 2008.
Interesting concept, I like the shot but I think you need to correct the tint, The white boarder of the poleroids is discolored from the scanning.
Also, you may need to place something on the scanner door for a little additional flattening power when scanning them, they tend to ripple a little.
well the film was really old and came out a little tinted like that and i think the camera just exaserbated it
What did you do? Desaturate a little?
Or did you not scan the image but Photograph it?
photo, thats why its on a desk
Oh, I was under the assumption you scanned them and digitally stitched and boardered it.
In that case I would not have changed it, and left it natural.
Sorry about that, My misunderstanding.
Smart idea! The "hotrocks treatment" with a twist! I like how it turned out, although the flowers are maybe a bit too bright to really look old. Or not, I'm not sure
haha! the hotrocks treatment..too bad im not really famous heh heh
well yeah..originally it was called Azaleas..as to bring attention to the flowers...
have you ever watched the royal tennenbaums? this photo looks like it should be right out of it, tint, ripples, centerline and all. i love it.
OH MY GOD!
yes i do and i love it. AND thats were i got my inspiration for my so called "hotrocks treatment" thank you for noticing
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