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Jun 08, 2008 08:28 |  #16

i like all of them the first one is awesome and the rest is great , and the last one if you grope it differently i think well be much better ...


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Jun 08, 2008 10:12 |  #17

Nice shots, i like the mood of the third one particularly


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Jun 08, 2008 10:23 |  #18

andy_tok wrote in post #5683238 (external link)
Nice shots, i like the mood of the third one particularly



Agreed.

If any of you ever took art or art history, there is a very "venetian" quality to the light in these shots and I love it. Gauzy can be effective and I think it is here.


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Jun 08, 2008 11:37 |  #19

RichardSW wrote in post #5681942 (external link)
Thanks for the comments.
No problems with CC.
The intention was to give the images a bit of a painted feel.

no prob. sorry if it came out wrong. :) i was almost about to say...they do look kind of like someone did them in pastel, so if that is the effect you were going for then i would say you have achieved it. ;-)a


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Jun 08, 2008 11:39 |  #20

Go Down, Moses wrote in post #5683291 (external link)
Agreed.

If any of you ever took art or art history, there is a very "venetian" quality to the light in these shots and I love it. Gauzy can be effective and I think it is here.

yes a very golden quality to the light. just finished up a course in Art History. One of the best courses i have taken. anyway, yes, Go Down, Moses is very correct with this statement. You can see it the most in the one of the cabin. Love the cabin one like you have it, its perfect that way. Im still not so sure about the last one though.


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Jun 08, 2008 11:52 |  #21

here are some examples that you can try to get your PPing closer to. they are very much like what you have already done; not necessarily venetian though.

Kindred Spirits by Asher Brown Durand (USA)

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The Smoker's Case by Jean-Simeon chardin (France)
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St Francis in Ecstasy by Giovanni Bellini (Italy)
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