Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Kent Frost, Feb 27, 2005.
The b&w pics are really nice! Some of the color in the color pics take some getting used to for me.
"Hazelwest's bridge" really stands out for me. Seems like she is ready to photograph something. I love the tracks leading to infinity. Extra credit for getting a camera in the shot.
Gorgeous series of photos.
Love the "Road to Power" photo.
i REALLY like the B&W shots!! did you use a polarizer for any of them? did u use any filters? nice work!!
For the most part on the b/w's, they were all shot in full color on my Digital Rebel (yes, with a polarizer). In Photoshop, I adjusted the color levels in the channel mixer using the monochrome setting, which allows for an amazing amount of versatility that we only WISH we could have using bw film. ;-)
Love the photos, my favorite is Across Lake Springfield. You've done some excellent conversions here.
Very nice series. I am favouring the black and whites. Great framing! :thumbup:
Very nice shots. Did you use any filters for the second and fourth ones? I like the tones i n the sky for the first one, but not in the foreground.
Well, the 4th one (Rays Of Light) wasn't originally that color. I burned an orange layer into it to give it the feel as if I had shot it with a filter.
The second one, however (Remember), was shot with a graded tobacco filter. It's interesting that you mentioned that you weren't as satisfied with the foreground on that one because I added a bit of a burnt orange color to the foreground. It was very green as it was in real life originally. ;-)
The reason I asked, the foreground seems a bit dark to me. If the second had a bit more light then it would be just stunning. I thought it was a tobacco fitler but just hate throwing guesses out there.
The fourth one has the opposite problem, for me atleast. Wish there was more distinguishable blades in there. -Peaceful Solitude- is a very nice match for a title.
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