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The Art of Photography => User Critiques => Topic started by: BobDavid on September 04, 2017, 03:47:26 AM

Title: Two Scenes
Post by: BobDavid on September 04, 2017, 03:47:26 AM
Sept. 2
Sept. 3
Title: Re: Two Scenes
Post by: farbschlurf on September 04, 2017, 06:43:28 AM
The first one opens a wide flield for (any) interpretation and is very inspiring - and also visually pleasing.
The 2nd is a nice idea, but basically doesn't tell me a lot, really.
HTH
farbschlurf
Title: Re: Two Scenes
Post by: Eric Myrvaagnes on September 04, 2017, 10:47:23 AM
The first one opens a wide flield for (any) interpretation and is very inspiring - and also visually pleasing.
The 2nd is a nice idea, but basically doesn't tell me a lot, really.
HTH
farbschlurf
I have to agree with Farbschlurf. Sep 2 is amazing and powerful.
Title: Re: Two Scenes
Post by: RSL on September 04, 2017, 11:22:45 AM
+1
Title: Re: Two Scenes
Post by: graeme on September 04, 2017, 11:29:33 AM
I have to agree with Farbschlurf. Sep 2 is amazing and powerful.
+1

Have you tried any different treatments ( processing ) of the image?
Title: Re: Two Scenes
Post by: Slobodan Blagojevic on September 04, 2017, 01:37:46 PM
Fabulous #1!
Title: Re: Two Scenes
Post by: BobDavid on September 04, 2017, 02:58:28 PM
The first one opens a wide flield for (any) interpretation and is very inspiring - and also visually pleasing.
The 2nd is a nice idea, but basically doesn't tell me a lot, really.
HTH
farbschlurf

The second one, Sep 3, is just a one-liner, a viusal pun.
Title: Re: Two Scenes
Post by: BobDavid on September 04, 2017, 04:01:32 PM
+1

Have you tried any different treatments ( processing ) of the image?

I haven't tried other processing treatments. I took five photos of this scene, each framed differently. The one I've posted is the one that captured the moment.

Being that I sold my 24" printer prior to moving to Colorado, I've simplified my workflow. Processing an image for CMYK output is more complex than it is for viewing on a screen.

Both photos were taken with an Olympus Pen F in RAW. The files were developed in Olympus software. The difference between using a camera's native software versus Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) is striking. I am now using C1 for developing Sony A7r II RAW files. From what I've been told, C1 uses Sony's proprietary algorithms. The difference between files developed in C1 versus ACR is dramatic.