Some post process of the famous monument in paris named the "sacré coeur".
It's not that easy to make a good shot from this place for different reasons so i tried to make some post production ;) ... I like that and i know that perhaps it will be loved .... or hated.
Hope you like but if you don't please feel free to tell me why.
PS : in workshop i put the "original version"
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saharafree (0) 2006-04-15 10:20
Ey Sebi!! How are you ? ! I ve just seen both pictures and i 'm hesitating about what i prefer between two of them . The original version is interesting , people roaming to and fro the surrounding sacre coeur streets , the shops announcing what is sold there, titles ,crêpes , the little touristic and lively buzz of montmartre , movement , colour but with the inconvenience that the eglise seems to be unsharp and the sky with white tones nearly burnt...this one(2 nd version), after applying PS ,adds an atemporary atmosphere to the place , well defined the church almost as if it were a picture , toulouse lautrec , de feure drawing , with a deeper artistical touch but missing the buzz , movement , colourful and pounding atmosphere the original version had . So i like both of them and i clearly understand the finality of having focussed the PS as you did (i mean adding a shadey space and blotting shops and people to transform the view into something different in which the church were the main thing to remark in the composition )
Buen fin de semana mi amiguinho!
Wahclellaspirit (4107) 2006-04-15 15:14
Hello Sebastien and Happy Easter...
Well you've done it with this photo, you have made Paris look dirty and older than what it is. No, I like the dark buildings before the light white of the Sacre Couer. I remember walkig from the Louvre through the outdoor market to the Sacre Coure, a long walk but a great time. I do like the light balance on the post image,
klennon79 (0) 2006-04-15 22:16
I like your pp work. you have added more character to the structure. Great perspective, colors, and detail. I may take away the white frmae because it blends in with the sky. great photo regardless!
veronika (6058) 2006-04-16 6:58
in my oppinion: you made from ordinary picture an image worthy to be a postcard!! :)
excellent work Sebi!
pridel (233) 2006-04-17 16:03
pour moi c'est tout bon, on est pas mal a se casser les dents sur ce "sacré" monument.
j'aime les contrastes, mais ici sur TE, mmmummm, ils aiment pas trop en général. mais moi j'aime bien et de temps en temps j'en poste aussi.
ta version est très convaincante.
Luan (12971) 2006-04-21 13:49
Ah oui en effet rien avoir, j'ai meme l'impression que l'original est une version PP et la version PP l'original....enfin tu vois ce que je veuxdire ;o). C'est tres reussi, surtout ce contraste qui oppose les 2 architectures.
bwiti (402) 2008-02-20 7:47
Excuse moi, mais cette photo n'a rien à faire dans ton thème sur les flops ! Je la trouve au contraire plutôt jolie, notamment ces teintes qui lui donne un aspect fâné qui me plait bien....
infoman_pmf (2) 2012-05-30 15:51
I like the double contrast expressed in colors and in age.
Keep the good work!
- Copyright: sebastien herniote (sebinho342) (19317)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-04-09
- Categories: Humorous, Transportation
- Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-P72
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/100 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): my worst of [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2006-04-15 8:05
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