walk in the forest

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    • #405604
      Stephen
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      Thank you for previous cc. tried my hand at movement in a photo. Original was over exposed and I adjusted in Luminar. I like it but would like CC.
      Cheers

    • #405605
      Stephen
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      • #405712
        Graham Hart
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        I actually quite like this image as a starting point Stephen but it feels like it’s lacking something…a focus of some description to lift it from being merely a nice play with colour.

        The title of the pic provides the answer for me. A similarly distorted image of a couple strolling, walking a dog or just something to give meaning to the canvas. (PS: heal out the top LH corner)

        • #405862
          Stephen
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          Hi Graham,

          Thank you for your comment. It is a starting point for me, first attempt, and I hope with practise I will get better with the composition. I will try and take the tree out, top left, but haven’t mastered that on Luminar yet.

          Thanks

           

          Stephen

    • #405608
      billyspad
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      Its not the worse piece of modern art I have seen that distinction lies firmly with Jackson Pollock. This resembles his work as it seems until you chimped at the camera screen or downloaded it to a PC you have really little idea of what your going to get. Result looks arty so post it on a forum and see what happens. No problems with that my man cos I reckon we will get some fun comments.

      Pollock dripped paint splatters on to huge expanses of canvas whilst blind stinking drunk of course. Similar approach to a stroll in the woods. His work is bought by the stupid and the blind for zillions and young Stephen I sincerely hope you can follow his lead in your endeavors. However please do not drink and drive and kill innocents like ol’ Jackson.

    • #405836
      Kent DuFault
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      This has a very painterly feel to it. It is so on the artistic side that I don’t feel that a critical comment really matters. For my own personal taste… I would (very slightly) reduce the color saturation level of the upper 2/3s of the image.

    • #405870
      Stephen
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      Hi Kent,

      Thank you for your comment, I am new to photography and after I recently saw a forest / landscape tutorial on youtube thought I would give it a try. Still playing around with editing hopefully future photos will get better.

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