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Untitled Photo sent on December 03, 2011 (11:14) by Fbog. 16 comments, 794 views.

at 70mm, 1/100 f/11.0, ISO 200,

GORDES MIST 5D mark II 70-200 f 2.8 IS II





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avatarsenior
sent on December 03, 2011 (11:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

That golden vibes! May be closing a bit 'the weight of the first floor would be even more' clean. But it 's my thought. Bella.
Hello. Maximum

avatarjunior
sent on December 03, 2011 (11:24) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I was uncertain on the first left alone to pick up the golden leaves from the morning light

thanks for the ride

avatarsenior
sent on December 03, 2011 (13:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The composition is not bad, apart from the cottage cut in half at the bottom.
Light and color are out of control, check the red channel with the histogram in photoshop.

avatarsupporter
sent on December 03, 2011 (14:08) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Wow, the landscape below Gordes as I had ever seen!!
Beyond any known composition or technique for me is a picture beautiful!
Congratulations, hello.

avatarjunior
sent on December 03, 2011 (14:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Beppe and Catherine as always

Beppe what you mean red channel high?

The WB to be clear I checked I so do be a 'warm, with yellow and red dominate the blue

if I wanted to get a "white" light would have done the threshold level with the eyedropper white point and black, I would open a level curves and looking at the two points

I would take the RGB values ??to be equal to 555 for instance shadows and 252, 252, 252 for the highlights, for example by having a little 'margin before losing detail.

That said, the WB in some cases it may be a taste of the creative photographer in others must be corrected with the same values ??...

In this case, I felt that the tone and balance for myself could enhance the atmosphere of the moment and behold the red and yellow, which already predominated ij nature, were slightly enhanced in PP. <br />
In any case, the criticism is always welcome!

avatarjunior
sent on December 03, 2011 (14:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

PS for me in this photograph the main subject was the fog light and the contrast with the hills and countryside below in the same way I did not want to lose the beauty of the leaves in the foreground say kissed by the first rays ... the little house at the bottom SX I do not even consider taking .... in a photograph in black and white I could easily make it fall back to almost full shade near the 1/2.


avatarsenior
sent on December 03, 2011 (15:45) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Yes, the fact that you have warmed up the photo by adjusting the white balance is quite obvious and, like you said, it's a choice of photographer, twist a little 'faithful representation to represent the idea that you have in mind, or what you wanted to see at that time.
I do not dispute this fact, I thank you for having said honestly, sometimes someone insists that this was the true light of the moment.
This also happens to me to warm light of a photo, maybe chase what's in our imagination, boh.

I meant just the histogram, not the white balance.
Open photoshop and check the levels with the appropriate tool, if you select the red channel, hold down the "alt" key, drag the cursor, you'll see what I mean. I think it's a question of brightness and saturation.
Let me know.

avatarjunior
sent on December 03, 2011 (15:59) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I have not photoshop because I'm working in the office ... Saturday ...
anyway if you want that touches the DX is normal I'll explain more often Histograms precise in Adobe RGB or Pro Photo RGB
are unpacked with the processing and transformation into sRGB precisely because the Gamut in the latter 'turns out to be narrower than the previous ones and therefore part of the' information will be truncated ... obviously the thing you can see or not see much at all in this picture does not bother me at all in fact I find it well balanced counts because I use a calibrated monitor for printing and never, ever get PSD master file that touch LEFT or DX at least that it is not wanted.

I hope I have guessed the problem you mentioned.




avatarsenior
sent on December 03, 2011 (16:15) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Yes, I understand, but using punctuation because it took me a while ', you who are a little' rimba ... ;-)
The beauty of having a calibrated monitor and use a color profile that is calibrated to perfection get prints faithful, as you see on the monitor.
The bad thing is that when instead put the same picture on the web, very few, I repeat, very few see it with the colors you see, hardly anyone uses a calibrated monitor, so many monsters in a picture with colors and lights are often very different from those you think you show ..
The fact that the histogram arrivals to rise to DX is not normal at all, regardless of the profile you are using, in this site there is a tutorial Juza very clear about it and invite you to read what is written about the penultimate photo shown :
[URL =] www.juzaphoto.com/article.php?l=it&article=2

Let me give you an example from the world of music.
In the mastering stage, when you have finished mixingor, the engineer always listens to the piece even on poor quality speakers, just because he knows that the quality with which most people hear the song, a good engineer must be able to make the song sound good on both speakers to top of crates as low price. Lately the reference low quality is becoming the iPad and family.

That said I think your photo is very enjoyable all the same, but I am convinced that a more careful control of light and color could benefit.
hello ;-)

avatarjunior
sent on December 03, 2011 (16:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I'm sorry, I said a little 'fast before ...

in any case can not be faulted your way of thinking in fact I also use the same procedure and it is for this reason that I do not save for WEB Photo Pro but with sRGB profile embedded hoping that the fidelity of the picture remains more or less constant on each monitor which is not the case.

Anyway thank you for your criticism, and to have found those 5 minutes to spend on my picture and on this concept, which I greatly appreciated, and in constant development.


avatarsenior
sent on December 03, 2011 (22:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Fbog magnificent achievement, the light is great and the composition is excellent, I might have cut through the house on the bottom right, but it's a little thing ...
complimenti.Un saluto.Omar ;-)

avatarjunior
sent on December 04, 2011 (0:08) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

thank you very much Omar ...

avatarjunior
sent on December 04, 2011 (10:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Simply fascinating! Bravo!

avatarsenior
sent on February 07, 2012 (9:53) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)


avatarsupporter
sent on October 11, 2012 (11:40) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Great atmosphere and beautiful colors! Ciaoo
Michela

avatarjunior
sent on February 03, 2013 (20:28) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Amazing atmosphere, the golden tint gives even more charm to the next step.
Very beautiful, congratulations!
Nicola



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