|07/25/2006 11:55:52 AM|
by willsy66Comment by PatticusRonin:
Hey I love the effect and I have the same camera. But I've got one problem. How do you get to the exposure settings? Because when I do get to the menu I don't see it.
|03/30/2004 10:51:51 PM|
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|03/25/2004 11:06:27 PM|
by willsy66Comment by AmiYuy:
Turning it into a "negative" is not taking an interesting picture or an orange picture. Yes, it is a bit orangy, but more brown. Good sharpness on the tree an use of negative space, but bad pixelization in the sky. Score: 3
|03/24/2004 05:41:07 PM|
by willsy66Comment by KaDi:
Disturbing. I like images which emote feelings even when I don't like the feeling.
|03/24/2004 04:24:52 PM|
by willsy66Comment by Trinch:
Globally changing the colors from reality removes phtographic integrity. All senses of reality have been removed from this photo. As digital art, it is an interesting piece, but I wouldn't consider it photography. (Unless viewing negatives)
|03/24/2004 02:27:43 PM|
|03/24/2004 08:37:13 AM|
by willsy66Comment by alanbataar:
highly edited, but certainly within the rules of full-image editing. Unfortunately, the orange is very flat and muddy. I'd have preferred to see a brighter orange.
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