Rural Houses - any comments please

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    good job, my favourite is the first although i feel it is a little desaturated and flat, good composition :thumbup:


    can i post an edit?
     
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    Please edit and repost.

    Could you please explain what you mean by the above statement, "desaturated" "good composition"

    How much of photography is technical and how much is choosing the correct subject? 50/50?

    Thanks

    Jay
     
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    here you are:
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    by good composition i mean it follows the rule of thirds well....
     
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    WOW !

    HOW DID YOU ENHANCE THE COLOUR???

    I USE PHOTOSHOP.

    ANY HELP WOULD BE GREAT. MY ORIGINAL LOOKS WASHED OUT COMPARED TO YOURS.

    THANS

    JAY
     
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    oooh no! I much prefer the original, i love vibrant colours but the 'washed out' look suits the mood of this picture perfectly for me!
     
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    i hope you don't mind me editing: but i think if it needs anything at all, i'd say a very slight contrast increase?:

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    or maybe B&W?

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    But to be honest i like it just the way it is, i'm just playing cos i'm bored!
    Great work!!
     
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    I also prefer the first one... The sky in the edit is to BLUE... It changes the mood on the whole image with the bright blue sky and the run down house...

    O only sharpened it... AND the colors on the house just popped out to put it *first* I Guess you can say..

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    oo I like the B&W too!
     
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    Can I join in.....? lol, here's my take on it:

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    My turn.... this is a lot like the scene from airplane Were the passengers are all lined up to slap the hysterical woman....[​IMG]
     
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    proves its a great shot! Its got us all hooked!
     

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