Some pics I took today on our drive......

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by sheyene29, May 31, 2008.

  1. sheyene29

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    We went on a lovely drive up the valley today to kill some time and I of course took advantage of some good photo op's. What do you think?

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    I really like this photo, I'm not sure but the exposure actually looks good to me??

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    Although I know this is terribly underexposed (as usual, and I swear I did the bracketing thing someone told me to do already) I still love the definition in the clouds.

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    I know this one is not B&W, but it was on our drive as well, and I loved how blue the sky was without any kind of PP.
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    #1 is excellent. Maby a tad underexposed and some lost shadow detail. Good exposure is hard, I struggle with it myself. You should go back to location #2 and re shoot, could end up being a great picture.
     
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    Thanks:wink:, I think number 1 is my favorite too.
     
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    You've under exposed but I do like that second shot. I set my camera to matrix mode for light reading and find the results are far more balanced. In my view though, for absolute perfection you can't beat shooting in RAW and using a program such as UFRaw to post-process the black/white spots and temperatures.
     

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