The Piano

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  1. katy625

    katy625 TPF Noob!

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    This old piano was bought for me as a child....its nice to see it in a new way.

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    javier No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hi Katy.
    I use to love hearing my wife play, when she played.
    As far as the image goes, try bumping the overall exposer a tad. It seems a little dark to me. Once you bring up the exposer, try a bump in contrast.
    As far as the composition goes, I like it. It is different than most key board I see. It is good to see something new for me.
    Thanks for sharing. :)
     
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    The whites on the black keys are a bit washed
     
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    i tried the exposure bump, and it's minimal... if any. loses detail quick, i like it as is. same with the contrast, makes it to edgey. i like that the highlights are on the black keys, not the white ones. the white ones still have a nice feel with the highlighted edges though. as an image of a childhood piano, i think a brighter higer-contrast image loses it's emotion. good job with this one.
     
  5. katy625

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    Thank you all....I actually felt that this B&W was a very basic picture but I am starting to see that less is actually sometimes better than more. Thanks!
     

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