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Neurology
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Posted 15 September 2014 - 10:14 AM

Sure how i feel about this picture, how about you guys?

 

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Posted 15 September 2014 - 11:49 AM

One of my personal biggest pet peeves are shadows that bleed. The shadows are heavy to the point where all texture is lost in them. I feel like it defeats the point of shots like these where texture is so important. Like in the bottom of the photo it just goes BLACK and it begs the question of: why is it even part of the photo? If you shoot in RAW it should just be a matter of shuffling things around with multiple conversions, and using masks to balance everything out. This way you maintain your photo's true integrity while also enhancing the textures you're trying to capture. 



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Posted 15 September 2014 - 12:09 PM

One of my personal biggest pet peeves are shadows that bleed. The shadows are heavy to the point where all texture is lost in them. I feel like it defeats the point of shots like these where texture is so important. Like in the bottom of the photo it just goes BLACK and it begs the question of: why is it even part of the photo? If you shoot in RAW it should just be a matter of shuffling things around with multiple conversions, and using masks to balance everything out. This way you maintain your photo's true integrity while also enhancing the textures you're trying to capture. 

 

I dind't edited a thing in this photo, cause I thought it was how i wanted it so why fix something which isn't broken, And I actually like that is goes from bright into black. I geuss its just a matter of opinion.

 

Thnx for the constructive critique, It gets much appreciated even tho I disagree. 

 

E; this is something for a texture pack btw, forgot the mention that


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Posted 17 September 2014 - 05:06 AM

It would have been a better photograph if you used a smaller aperture.
Personally, I do not like textures with blurry edges.
Further, I agree with Yang.


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Thank you, Xtacy!





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