Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by invisible, Jan 1, 2009.
Shot at the Museo Nacional de Historia in Mexico City.
Thanks for looking.
I've seen stronger ones from you. How much have you played with the contrasts already?
It makes me wonder if there's anything under that stone!
(Believe it or not, I think that the space between the two stones actually adds to the shot.)
Not much play with the contrasts on this one. It's almost right out of the camera.
I loved the lines and colours of this scene so I shot it and was very glad with the results. Of course the idea was not to portrait a corner of an old building but to isolate lines, colour, and texture. Judging by the responses here and in another couple of forums I frequent, we can safely say that I didn't achieve the goal: viewers see a corner, not an abstract image. So...
The color looks off to me but I wasnt there to see it in person.
I know what you mean, but if there's something that I nailed on this one, that something is the colour
You know I like your stuff Frederico.... but this one is :meh:. I don't know what went wrong.... if anything, but at the end of the day, it's not my cup of tea.
No worries, I appreciate the honesty. My subjects (and how I approach them) have been kind of "experimental" lately, so it hasn't been easy for me to predict what reaction people would have to the images.
Besides, there's nothing wrong in submitting a dud between masterpieces, no?
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