Posted by Virgil (Mckinney, United States) on 25 April 2009 in Architecture.
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Crop out part of the foreground - so the main subject is highlighted better, imho. The picture is the sky and the house. Great image overall - just tighten it up a bit is what I'd say.
25 Apr 2009 6:12am
@Bill Jennings: Good Idea....I'll try this
great tones in this one - I'd agree with Bill and lose a bit of that foreground for a much better overall image.
Also an interesting contrast of those beautiful clouds and trees and then a bunch of work palettes and materials gumming it up (but telling a story of the context of the image :)
25 Apr 2009 9:39am
@Jason Kravitz: The sky was mostly clear that day with very few clouds, so, when I saw those few whispy clouds I had to get a picture. Unfortunately, the construction site on the college campus was the best spot ( in the area I was in) to snap the picture and capture those clouds. Thanks for the tip. :-)
I disagree with my learned colleagues and suggest leaving it as be. The foreground adds to the mystery. Perfect IR sky. best...jerry
25 Apr 2009 3:24pm
@ordinaryimages: Thanks Jerry.
I tried cropping the foreground and it just didn't quite have the feel of the original......thanks for the tips though.
26 Apr 2009 12:13am
I've never shot IR, but nearly converted my d50 a while back
26 Apr 2009 12:48am
Fabulous editing . I love this photo.
26 Apr 2009 2:25am
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