Utah Desert B+W series

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  1. myopia

    myopia TPF Noob!

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    i will edit these at some point...

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  2. Sw1tchFX

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    These could really have used a yellow filter.

    The 4th one is really the only one that catches my eye, but you got a good quarter of the frame blown out. It's a good situation where you take 2 exposures, one for the highlights and one for the shadows. With those 2 images, put them together so you have more of a range.
     
  3. myopia

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    yellow? i was thinking red, but i am new with filters...
    yeah these are my first snaps with my new digi p+s. i have not edited anything.

    if you have specific tip for editing these, please let me know
    (i have adobe cs)
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The "watermark" distracts me to no extend in all your photos here, myopia, but they actually almost drive me to distraction (that is worse than just "distract", isn't it?) in these black and white photos of yours.

    Sw1tchFX, a question: what would a yellow filter have done to these photos? (Serious question, for I really don't know! I am quite unfamiliar with filters).
     
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    the yellow filter would probably give the pics more contrast, seeing as there is a whole lot of gray in them
     
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    Steph No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I think a yellow filter is supposed to block its complementary colour (blue) and is often used to darken blue skies so that white clouds stand out more.
     
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    this is wat i was thinking.. other than that great snaps
     
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    yeah i will use some other place to upload from now on.

    thanks for the positive feedback.
     

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