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  1. schussey

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    Interesting but seems overexposed in places.
     
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    yea- it was scanned with a film scanner, then i messed with the hue and saturation in photoshop
     
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    Hi schussey!

    thats interesting, are you sure it was hue and saturation? did you desaturate the image this way (ie, make it black and white) ?

    I agree with mr. sid, the subject is good, but it looks a bit too contrasty and the 'whites' of the image are really blown out. Hrrm, for me I think if you tried to simplify the image, like just focus in the subject - the wagon. Perhaps cropping out the rest it might help.

    what catches my eye is the grainy wood of the wagon bay above the wheels. what distracts me is the that the wheels are a bit cut off a bit here.

    What kind of camera/film did you use?

    Cheers schussey, thanks for posting!
     
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    not too sure if it was hue/saturation, might have just been contrast. The original was taken 35mm, Ilford HP5 film. When scanned, I told the scanner it was a color picture, just for akward results. Thank you so much for the comments, I really apprectiate it
     

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