Antigua Evening by finnianm
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Antigua Evening

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  • Imagine

    Imagine

    nice photo man, but in my opinion the sun kinda ruins it for me, it makes the colours nearby fade away :( It would have been nicer if the sun would be lower so you could just see the glow behind the mountain ( if you get what I mean :) ). But I know you're not God ( are you ? ) so you have no control over it

    Feb 7th, 2011 Reply
  • 7Shadows

    7Shadows

    Give your photos some love and do a little more post-processing. Otherwise, a good picture. :)

    Feb 7th, 2011 Reply
    • finnianm

      finnianm

      ;o i did a huge amount. this photo was a wreck before D': my cam takes 3 megapix shots, with an auto fstop that you cant set... the original picture blew compared to this, what should i add though, i can still do some Post work

      Feb 7th, 2011 Reply
    • Renyn

      Renyn

      lot of post processing isnt needed... it doesnt work with everything... i would say that half the scene people take in general doesnt recquire any post process at all.. beside removing shit, dust on lens, balancing colors correctly and adding a curves or two.. you the basic stuff is always well received... but huge post process, forget it.

      If your picture look nice without it.. leave it like that.

      Photography isnt photoshopraphy.

      Feb 7th, 2011 Reply
    • 7Shadows

      7Shadows

      Haha, I knew someone would retaliate on what I said. Yeah, it's absolutely true that it's best to leave your photo untouched if it has all the striking elements. But, in my opinion, this could be further enhanced. You'd be surprised at how much some photographers retouch their photos...

      But yeah, as Renyn said, it's not all about Photoshopgraphy. Gotta know what you want to achieve.

      Feb 7th, 2011 Reply