Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Bitter Jeweler, Aug 2, 2010.
I take pictures like this and it looks like my kid was playing with my camera-- you do it, and I call it "art."
This is the most interesting image for me.
I notice there is some lighting that is streaking through the middle of the photo and also affects the black/blue lines. I wonder what it would look like if you took the lighting streak in the lines and removed it so the lines are consistant in color along their path? (where the lines are almost white)
Pierre, it would be pretty difficult to get rid of the light "streaks" in the lower right. Personally, I love the highlights in the track lighting strip.
I have no problems with editing, but I do draw a line. I could take this image, and reproduce it very easily as a vector graphic in illustrator, or InkScape, to be rid of the "flaws". But it would no longer be a photo, for one. To remove too much of the original image, would be altering reality a bit much for me.
Lovely architecture there in D.C..
Looking at Bitter's photos of late, I think I am going to pack the car and take a couple of days in DC....:mrgreen:
I have driven by DC many times, and have not stopped by in a very long time.
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