Pooled Prospects B&W

© Aggie Villanueva

Pooled Prospects B&W

Uploaded: July 27, 2008

Description

Exif: F Number: 10, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/250 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 400, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 80.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D

Comments

July 27, 2008

A LITTLE TOO MUCH GOING ON ESPECIALLY FOR A BLACK AND WHITE. YOUR HIGHLIGHTS SEEM TO BE A LITTLE BLOWN OUT WHICH MAY BE THE PROCESSING I APPRECIATE CRITICISM I HOPE YOU DO. AND OF COURSE IT IS ONE PERSONS VIEW #968658

Aggie Villanueva July 28, 2008

Thank you so much for the critique, I really appreciate you taking the time. I was going for an almost-IR look, but if it just appears blown out, I obviously didn't succeed. Again, thank you for this help. It's the only way we learn. #6239806

Robert S. Grauer August 01, 2008

Aggie: Try cropping out the top, yeah cut off the top of the tree on the right but not the tree toward the backround. Now all the lines off the fences are stronger and more interesting to look at. And no over exposed areas as a bonus. I think you've got something here. BOB #6258680

Aggie Villanueva August 02, 2008

Do the IR type areas look just blown out, in the bushes and water? I will crop again and reupload. Thankx, Robert. #6261274

Aggie Villanueva August 24, 2008

Robert, here is a reworked version of Pooled Prospects B&W. Your suggestions took out all the distracting elements. I like it much better this way. What do you think? Any further suggestions? #6359144

Aggie Villanueva August 24, 2008

Robert, here is a reworked version of Pooled Prospects B&W. Your suggestions took out all the distracting elements. I like it much better this way. What do you think? Any further suggestions?
#6359150

Robert S. Grauer September 19, 2008

Aggie I never said crop the right side just the top. I had a more rectangular crop in mind. I do like what you've done but I would like to see just one more version if its not to much to ask. #6477836

Aggie Villanueva September 19, 2008

I do have the whole thing rectangle in the 16X24. This is the 16X20. I can upload the other too. #6478230

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