I saw this and shot it...thinking would work for the "glass entry."
After looking at it, I determined I was quite wrong.
Anyway, here's some leaves. With a bit of glass.
Hopefully this meets the criteria...
can i still play?
Please tell me it's not a poison oak
Thanks for the entry!
Wow, what a process to figure out!! Anyway. Can I play? (be gentle, it's my first time....)
Thank you for the entry and welcome to the Class!
I again took the liberty to adjust your image similar to the one above, by simply setting up its black and white points (in Luminosity mode). Hope you don't mind...
No prob's. Experimentation is the name o the game. Thing is, while its seems to have gained some contrast, it also seems to have lost it's colour and gained a lot of grey.
Maybe infamous browser/os/gamma/color space issue
I'm on XP SP2/IE7.
I see neither color loss nor gain of gray..
Anybody else can check please?
my LCD is calibrated. yes, it's slightly greyed, but i think that gives it a great feel for what the shot really looks like; cold, drab, sorrowful, dead. it's perfect. great shot!
here's a slightly haxed version with a little more color (+38 sat, CS2)...tell me if you can see the difference on your monitor.
Thanks for the kind comment. I was trying for the warmth of autumn. And, frankly, I think I got it, But you just bettered it.
Lord Vetinari wrote:
Not really an assiignment entry (taken a while ago) but something to look out for- leaf miner tracks.
JAG wrote: »
Hi Diana! I notice you are doing all the Nikolai's Assignments and that's great you would like to learn your new camera better! Also, welcome to dgrin!
Not sure if Nikolai is around to comment on your images, but keep up the work on learning and I will do my best try and help you.