Wine Casks

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  1. morydd

    morydd TPF Noob!

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    From a trip to the Missouri wineries.
    Some Gimping, saturation, etc.
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    I don't do this often but wanted to try with this one.

    Do you like it any better?

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    I'd like this so much better if it were all color, I think. :) This method gives the image a strange superimposed look, like the casks don't really belong there. To me, anyway. I do love the composition in this shot, just wish it jelled better. Just my two cents.
     
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    I agree a bit with terri, but love the use of selective coloring, I just wish the colors were toned down some on #2. I actually like the way the colors play a bit in #1, it seems to 'match' more with it.
     
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    Looks like fredcwdoc undid some or the desaturation that I did on the casks. I may play with this one a little more and post some different ideas. I think I need to switch my monitors at home too. I think I actually get better color rendition on my "secondary" monitor now that I look at this at work. Thanks for the thoughts thus far.
     

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