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Contributed by L Newport

This is one of the photographs I edited for my architecture shots. it's not the most interesting of subjects but it's grown on me. To edit, I cropped in tightly, ran a smart sharpen filter, made a curves adjustment on cross process, and added the vignette.

7 comments:

Elizabeth said...

This picture is pretty cool. I might like it better if focal point was more to the left instead of directly in the middle... but nice editing job. Very industrial. (Happy Myers? I posted a comment.)

K Thagard said...

I really like this picture. I think the subject of the picture is really interesting. It is an ordinary subject, but the way it was photographed makes it intriguing. The tight composition works well for the photograph. The color scheme is the best thing about the photograph. Good job on the great picture!

Anonymous said...

I like this photo. I really like how you have the black fading in on all sides. I don't know if you meant to do that but it looks really cool. I really like how the brick showed up on the wall too. I think you should try adjusting the angle of the photo by using the grid though. I honestly don't know if that would make it better but you should try it. But everything else is pretty good.

Erica W. said...

You did a wonderful job editing this photo, and taking an uninteresting subject and making it interesting. I particularly like the contrast between the reddish brown tones in the rust and some of the bricks, which gives the photo the sense that we are looking at an old, run-down building. My only suggestion would be to move a little to one side or another, so that the vent follows the rule of thirds and does not dominate the frame quite so much.

Erica W. - ERHS

tyler m-ERHS said...

I don’t fully understand the point of this picture, but it’s still unique looking. It’s definitely got that big city vibe. The colorings really bold and dark. It’s got a cool vintage style toward it.

treycarnes said...

I really like this. Yeah.

Chris Kent said...

I like the colors in this photograph! The thing that drew me to this was the red on the air vent, mixing with the blue-green in the upper right-hand corner. I also like how the right side of the vent is rusty & red, and the other side is blue-green.