Statues

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  1. manaheim

    manaheim Jedi Bunnywabbit Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, no comments at -all- in the critique gallery, so I figure I'd post this one here. :mrgreen:

    Nikon D100, Nikor F4/5.6 28-100

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  2. Randog

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    I like it - but it is missing something can't quite put my finger on it. Maybe the hue could be changed a shade or two?
     
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    Lovely, I think there might be a bit too much detail loss in the shadows but it looks like it was a tough lighting situation.
     
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    Yeah the lighting was tough, it was dark (obvious, I assume) and there were these spot lights directly over the heads of each statue. I think it has an interesting effect, but it does present some challenges. I also tend to be a bit contrast-happy though, so I probably worsened the effect when I processed it.

    I wonder about the hue, I'll play with it... it was a brownstone church.
     

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