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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by jlcastano, Jan 13, 2018.
On the road again by jlcastano, en Flickr
Some time ago... with the old D90
Colors are weird, over saturated too.
I love the scenery and agree with Nick.
Hi guys. Thanks for your comments, I appreciate them.
You are right, the colours are saturated. I did it but I don’t know why maybe to get a different look.
Scenery is lovely and good angle. If I was there, I would try to take another shot pass the intersection. That way, I would avoid intersection, road sign and shadow on the road. I would also adjust the color as Nick suggested.
At first I thought the colors were overdone, but as I look at it more, it reminds me of the old National Park Posters. They had the colors overdone and stylized like this. To me the sign and intersection adds a location and helps tie all that together.
A road I know very, very well! I like the shot, but not the processing so much.
On my iPad it looks good and I like the composition
The colours are easily corrected but the sign bothers me. It catches my eye and is pointing out of the frame. The scenery is well worth the effort but perhaps a few few yards forward might have been better.
Very nice view. The colors don't look oversaturated to me but I can see a lot of cyans in the sky, may be that's why colors look unusual to the members. If you could reduce the cyans in the sky and on the mountains the image might look more natural. I have no problem with the road sign. IMO it adds to the scene as there is also a car on the road and it also supports your title.
I like the sign, gives it a sense of place.
I like the sign as well. Without it, just a road and mountains. Just my humble opinion of course.
Another like for including the sign. For me it serves a useful purpose in this image.
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