Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by abraxas, Mar 1, 2007.
it gives you a sense of being there, approaching that cabin. nice, I like the composition and perspective! I guess it is shot from close to the ground, not at eye-height?
But it appears overall a bit dark to me, in particular the uper half. But maybe that is just due to my laptop screen
The contour of the area is a bit strange. I was standing on the bank of a dry creek shooting into the other side which may have given it the low effect.
The sun and shadows were really harsh- I had to take out some of the contrast. I lightened the top considerably, but didn't want to go too far. Probably should have gone a bit further. There's a lot more depth to the camera RAW than .jpg. I should try harder to take advantage. That and I wonder how far out of the norm my monitor may be.
Thanks Alex, your comments are appreciated!
Wow, what a difference a day makes.
This is just plain horrific. Yesterday it didn't look all that bad- today, well...
please explain what you are referring to!
I am lost
The photo- I'm wondering, what I was thinking?
I took off and did some work, and came back and took a peek. I agree that it was too dark then, but it was really dark when I came back. It's my perception of my work that is uneven.
I appreciate your comments- thanks. I need some kind of bearing or gauge.
Been too rushed lately and not getting into it the way I should.
Oh, I see .. and I know thaat problem all to well ... sometimes I work on an image, and I love the outcome, post it here ... and a day later, I suddnely hate it (not due to the comments here, but just my own perception).
Then I re-process the shot at home until I like it and two days later I suddenly prefer the first version
So it appears to be a common problem
I definetely like the composition. Regarding the light, I think it's fine even with a bit of less light. Thanks for sharing.
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