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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by cwilt, May 28, 2007.
The layering of color is wonderful
Thanks Gale, and Vern. I have been playing with K, and this coloring comes from extreme increase in the neutrals. A little color separation curve doesn't hurt it either. Made a nice 11x23 print from it last night.
Lovely colors. Beautiful image, Charles.
Very nice indeed
That is incredible! Super image.
Thanks for another great image! We really appreciate your work and willingness to share with us.
This is GORGEOUS!!!! Orange is my favorite color and I am just loving this image so much! Beautiful, beautiful....
Lovely colour Charles, I would like to see a crop with the buildings taken out from the bottom, it may look ok??
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I find the crop at the bottom a bit tight, maybe just my taste. However the layered orange looks wonderful. I can't follow you on the above, what do you mean by K? Black?
And what is a color seperation curve?
Agreed, i love this shot !
Very Nicely Done !
Thanks everyone for your wonderful comments. I waited for the light and was actually looking for a bit more, but I will take what I got. Shot this from my deck with the 80-400 handheld. If I remember right, those downtown buildings are about 18 air miles away.
I looked at that, but it lost that distant feeling I was going for.
If I went any lower I would have had the tops of nearby homes in the shot. You got it right. K as in CYMK, or black. In lab if you bring the endpoints of the curves of A and B in equal amounts it helps to separate colors and increase saturation.
Wow, now that picture woke me up, who needs coffee:smile:. Nice capture- Jeff
Thank you. :smile:
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