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Good joso 2004-10-01 3:15

Good colours, realy a fiesta, Vedran.
You done well cropping the crowd.
The branches are a good adding for the composition and depth.
Well framed.
Maybe an other POV, without the lamp?
With a better adjustment of contrast and intensity?
Sometime it's enough by PP-work to let it run trough the automatic equalizer... That's what I done in the WS - and the colours became more vivid.

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Old 10-01-2004, 11:30 AM
pulezan pulezan is offline
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Thanks for your WS. Generaly it look better, but some part of the picture changed too much: the pink house on the left side lost his original colour. From the other side, the sky colour is much better.
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Old 10-01-2004, 12:02 PM
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Not a word worth, Vardan.

The possibilities of the PP-work are so immens - I'm not a great fan of it. I made it quickly, just to show what I mean, NOT to improve.

The right way is probably somewhere in the middle, taking more time for the fine tuning of the nuances.

Often happenes to me - and heard also from others - that you have to run it just through this automatic equalizer - no matter wich software. Depends from a lot of things - camera, software, etc.

Sometimes I like more the oldfashioned films, negativs, slides - you have there really the original, not one passed and passed in several softwares...

János
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