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May 29, 2009 07:51 |  #1

Hey Guys,

My First shot with my new EFs 10-22mm.
I got the whole wall to fit in! (No room to backpedal)

IMAGE: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3382/3576021536_df593a9f7c_b.jpg

The wall was meant to light up, but unfortunately, it was all turned off by the time I got there T.T

I quite like the lines leading into this image.

C&C appreciated :)

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May 29, 2009 10:15 |  #2

Cool colors, but the square up on the camera proper right seems too dark for the rest of the shot, or is it just me? You have had me playing with edits this morning and I haven't even had my coffee:p

It is dark though.Through processing you can invent your lighting.

One over saturated and cropped, the second simply lightned and cropped differently.

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May 29, 2009 15:32 |  #3

Yeah its definitely too dark. Other than that I think its cool.


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May 29, 2009 20:12 |  #4

Thanks for the comments guys.

And thanks for the edits Flo :)

How is this (sticking to the original crop):

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May 29, 2009 20:23 |  #5

i don't think its to dark... i like it but when you lighten it like that you start seeing a lot of noise


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May 29, 2009 20:36 |  #6

jhkphoto wrote in post #8014369 (external link)
i don't think its to dark... i like it but when you lighten it like that you start seeing a lot of noise

True, that was a concern of mine.
I guess this is the limit of PP, or at least PP for me.... Perhaps a re-shoot is in order. This time with a tripod.

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May 30, 2009 06:38 |  #7

yeah sounds like the best idea, i really like the composition a lot don't give up on it! when you re shoot make sure you don't leave out the blue spot reflected on the bench that really adds
if you are using a tripod use iso 200 or something. you might get lucky and get some kid waring a yellow rain jacket or something in the shoot too
of cores this is all stuff you probably are already thinking about anyway....

who knows that broken light might get fixed too! :)
good luck, and you better post it up


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May 30, 2009 06:45 |  #8

one more thought-- i think that the bench needs to stay centered
and the very top is framed if you will, by that line connecting the lights i would keep that and get a tinny bit more of it.


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