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Nex 3 Images :)

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Kumaresh Nattanmai, May 16, 2014.

  1. Kumaresh Nattanmai

    Kumaresh Nattanmai TalkEmount Rookie

    18
    Aug 13, 2013
    I have had F3 for a year with kit lenses, mostly and here are some pics
    would love to hear C&C
     

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  2. davect01

    davect01 Super Moderator

    Aug 20, 2011
    Fountain Hills, AZ
    Dave
    The color seperation works great on flat surfaces like the first one, but just looks kind of funky with multiple surfaces like the second one.
     
  3. NickCyprus

    NickCyprus Super Moderator

    Oct 11, 2012
    Cyprus
    Nick
    I agree with Dave. If you look at the 2nd photo you can see that it coloured some weird places such as the roof top, the drain pipes or the wooden roof support beams...
     
  4. davect01

    davect01 Super Moderator

    Aug 20, 2011
    Fountain Hills, AZ
    Dave
    I would simply go Black and White and straighten up a bit.
     
  5. addieleman

    addieleman Passionate amateur

    Nov 13, 2012
    Netherlands
    Ad Dieleman
    When seeing the second one I thought: "Hey, that's kind of funny", but that feeling wore off quickly and the non-straight lines make the picture look sloppy IMHO.
     
  6. SpaceManSpiff

    SpaceManSpiff TalkEmount Top Veteran

    547
    Dec 13, 2013
    Tucson, AZ
    Eric
    Hi Kumaresh, I think the largely B&W images highlight the different textures in the wood and the rock of your subject. Nicely done.

    If these were my photos, I might try to:
    1. straighten image one
    2. crop image two so that the half sign is not in the picture.
    3. maybe try to pull down some of the highlights in image one.

    HTH,
    Eric
     
  7. Poki

    Poki TalkEmount Hall of Famer

    Aug 30, 2011
    Austria
    Usually, what I'd say now was: NEVER use selective color!

    But hey, as long as photography is fun to you, it's all great! Experimenting is part of the learning process, so as long as you enjoy what you do, I'm all for it.