Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by tardegardo, Mar 6, 2013.
are they all terrible or maybe you like one?
My goodness. I like all three. Were these just filters/pre-sets, or something of your own creation?
#3 the best, then 1, then 2 (which I don't like).
I like number 1 as it shows the form and shapes best. I think the photo is a lovely composition to start with. What PP did you use?
I like the second one. It feels less artificial and more old fashion.
I like 1 & 2. I like the tones on 3, but not the texture overlay. I also could do without the slim border shadow on 2 & 3, but that's less about the PP of the image itself and more related to the way its presented for viewing.
Hehe, I prefer #2 the best out of all of them
It would be interesting to see the original un-PP'd image that you had to work with.
I also like #2 the best. Like that color tone a lot. The first one didn't really work for me.
For the third one, with the texture overlay, I thought the color and contrast could be adjusted such that it appears more like a painting.
I like the tone and the clarity (without the texture overlay) of #1, but I'd love to see it with a small border and a bit of vignetting added (maybe not quite as much as #2 has). I also might try cropping out a bit of the foliage on the left side of the frame.
The extra brightness of #3 doesn't work for me as I find my eye overly drawn to the outcropping of satellite dishes on the rooftop in the right foreground, which detracts a bit from the otherwise "timeless" or "retro" quality of the image.
number 3 works best.... but all overcooked for my tastes. I would have spent some more time using your PP tools to get the image tonally better before throwing the filters at it.
Also the lens flare is a distraction
just my opinion
I like the third one best, then the second one. The colors on the first just throw me off a bit. Great job tho!
I like Number 1 and Number 2 and Number 3.
No 3 for me ... They are all good though and it looks as though you had a great time PP'ing these
Thank you all guys.
The photos are pp'ed with a preset filters software.
I'm glad to see that none of them is hands down the best. Because that's what I think as well.
I also agree that the last one is actually too heavy.
Thank you again.
The first two don't work for me at all but the third with its texture reduces the unattractive elements and gives body to the shot.
As far as the satellite dishes go, uh, I really had to look to see them!
Wait a second, you're not going to tell us who got it right?!? I demand that you name a winner.
ah, I forgot. this is the original….
The 3rd for me seems to have the most old time pulled out of an old closet look to it. But I actually like the original better, maybe just pull up the shadows.
I like the 2 bottom ones....I know some people do not like a lot of photoshop or topaz, etc....but, I am not one of them! I just like what appeals to me...regardless of processing and the amount of it.
Yeah, I am one of those who like as little pp as possible, and even avoid it at all, shooting jpegs most times.
This one is just an experiment indeed…