Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Photo Lady, Sep 16, 2019.
Changed my mind.. did not like any of them .. maybe these
will be okay
this one is a little better??
I agree; the brown tones in the first set are.... mehhh. The last image is rather nice; very good composition and use of the road as a leading line, but it needs the green dialing back, especially in the sky.
Yes the sky is too bla.. next to so much green.. i will work on it..thank you
No, no, no... a monochrome conversion is simply taking the easy way out! Take the opportunity to improve your processing skills and work on selectively adjusting the tones in the different areas!
okay tomorrow..lol thank you
I like this one. I agree that the sky is too green. Try using a graduated filter in LR or PS and change the color. I don't like the B&W version and the vignette is too strong. Are you using a fisheye lens?
No fish eye lens ..i put up the black & white as a joke.. i will work on this one tomorrow but my editing program is not that great..but i will still try..thanks
A little better.. thanks for CC
Color aside on the first three, what was your reason for taking the shot. What caught your eye and did you record it. If not what do you think would have made it better.
I'm not sure that you fully understand White Balance, Understanding White Balance What settings does your camera have for WB and have you researched and read how those settings affect your image? Are you saving as JPEG or Raw? If your saving JPEG it's important to understand camera setting effect on WB. If you're saving Raw files and your software supports it, you can adjust the White Balance how ever you want.
Like the others I agree the last is the most visually appealing.
the first ones were a total mistake to post up.. i just couldn't delete once i posted them.. i will look into my white balance settings.. i am presently using the JPEB .. usually i do raw.. this is also an old...oldest lens i have.. not that great for scenery.. thank you for your help.. i will try new settings today..
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