This is a challenge contest dealing with different topics from portraits, lighting techniques, sketching etc. This is a challenge help and learn to be better photographers and being creative. Sharing and helping each other through critiques and tips.
Thank you very much. I have made a new version:
a. turning the trees 100% black
b. boosting the contrast of the sky
c. reduce part of the building (but I think if I remove too much, then the few lamp posts look strange (floating), so I…"
I do agree that the vertical format is the better image as it emphasises the lines of the trees better.
What would I change in the image? Well I would crop out the buildings at the bottom as they are distracting and don't add…"
Here are 2 photos of the same scene I captured a evening, when I found the sky is beautiful with golden clouds. I took a landscape one and a portrait one, and I like the portrait one more, I think it is more dynamic and powerful with stronger effect of convergence of the lamp posts and trees.Any comments are welcome. thanks.See More
"I think the tree on the right is quite dominant and seems it is pushing the house away; this is made more significant with the house slightly tilted in the picture.
It may look better with the house framed upright and then including more of the…"
"I think what you have is very usable...30 seconds...Go to B&W, blue contrast filter, add an adjustment layer brightness and contrast, add vignetting and...what is that on the water? Is that a face?...No I didn't add that...it is in our…"
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