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PostSubject: Bosham Quay   Bosham Quay Icon_minitimeWed May 16, 2007 4:15 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Bosham Quay   Bosham Quay Icon_minitimeFri May 18, 2007 9:09 pm

I'm not sure........... something is not quite right for me personally - but I sit here deliberating is it my personal taste or what. The angle is superb, the reflections work very well but the mist and dowdy colour just seem so.......flat??

Would it work in B&W??
Is there just a tad too much dead space to the right??

Not sure Stewart - I write these as simple thoughts - not sure I am being helpful.

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PostSubject: Re: Bosham Quay   Bosham Quay Icon_minitimeSat May 19, 2007 9:31 am

The flat colour is due to the fog that was prevalent at the time.
I made some adjustments in levels but too much and it lost the eerieness.
The space was left otherwise the building gets cramped and I also wanted to portray the sense of nothingness beyond the fog bank.

I did a BW conversion but prefered the colour version.

Fog mutes colour and to up the saturation and brightness would for me destroy that look.

I have another version of this where I blended the colour and BW version to mute the colours even more and I quite like that one. Very Happy
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