Ron. Some moss cropped off. Distinguishing of both 'players' - moss and water - increased by combining blue channel at 50% transparency onto red one. Then moss contrast was boosted a bit. I tried to further distinguish both sides by different sharpening - 'softer' one for water, level 40% at 3 pix radius, and 'finer' 55% level at 1 pix radius for the moss. But most probably this will disappear during JPEGing. JPEG level 54% (Corel notation). What do you think? Was this your vision? Or is it too much?
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ronners (10) 2003-03-11 21:30
I like this one better, but I've been thinking about what I'm looking for in it. It's mostly highlights and mid-tones with very few darker areas, which may give it a bit of a washed out feel.
I don't think it's 'too much', because any more 'separation' of the elements would have resulted in you losing detail in the moss - which is of course an important element.
All in all, this is a difficult one to get right (which you also seem to have acknowledged yourself to some extent), but the discussion has for me been worthwhile.
Yes, I like this one much better. I hope that you got something out of my feedback.
Madness (44) 2003-04-01 3:22
Not bad at all, I really don`t see any improvements possible
- Copyright: Amadej Trnkoczy (amadej) (1285)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 1995-03-00
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Nikon 8008S, AF Nikor 50mm/1.8, Fuji Velvia, Tiffen Cir. Polarizer 67mm
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2003-03-11 15:12