Back-roads in HPP
|Copyright: Tricia Treen (ttreen)
|Date Taken: 2008-09-05|
|Categories: HPP [Heavily Post-Processed]|
|Exposure: f/5.6, 1/1600 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2008-09-25 12:20|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I took this shot a few weeks ago! It was a beyond end of summer day.. Sun was out and the sky was OE!|
So I've been playing with my filters this week and I wish I could tell you the PP work I did to achieve this look!
I'll add the original in the ws... feel free as always... likes and dislikes.. I know this is not everyones style.. I'm not sure its even mine! lol
Today is like a Friday here in Good old North Attleboro.. The kids have the day off tomorrow and we plan on taking them F1 racing in Boston.. PLAN not sure if its going to pan out!...
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it made me look twice which is a good thing, your original was dark so this has that dark moody feel, nothing wrong with experimenting with PP work, its far more interesting than the original to me and that too is a good thing,
I think using clarification and saturation would work better here, because the structure is interesting, must say it's always a good thing to play and discover what works and what not, do it all the time, only way for me to learn PP work.
Hope your plan for tomorrow works out. Enjoy!
Howdy girl! You are facing an F1 Tornado?? And you are taking the kids? wha? Do they have tornados in Bawston? Anywho.... you know everyone sees things differently and I can tell you how you got there, but that ain't important. I did a WS for you just fer fun. There isn't enough SNAP here for me, no pop...no...zip...you know. So I pop, snapped and zipped you a WS. Done in Traditional TREEN style.....Still friends?? PLEASE!!! don't be mad...
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I prefer the one in the workshop. The one with the heavy frame, I ment.
Strange structure to me .... is it your house? :-)
- [2008-10-01 9:23]
Hi Tricia, different & I like this. What is the structure used for, don't remember ever seeing one like it. I did like the original too even with the slightly overexposed sky. We do not always have a blue sky & IMHO thought the structure was main object & the sky did not detract from it. :} Don