joseph cole's picture

new spot new challenges

here's a new spot from Wissahickon park that i stumbled upon the scene was mostly in shadow so i had to take 2 exposures and blend them at different stops then the result was too bright and i had to bring back the drama.
i did a directional temperature change warmed from top left to bottom right corner and cooled from bottom right to upper left increased the saturation in the bridge removed trash and a beachball other than that just a little orton

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Phillip Breske's picture

Fixed it for ya:

"Here's a new spot from Wissahickon Park that I stumbled upon. The scene was mostly in shadow, so I had to take two exposures and blend them at different stops. Then the result was too bright and I had to bring back the drama.

I did a directional temperature change; warmed from top left to bottom right corner and cooled from bottom right to upper left. Increased the saturation in the bridge. Removed trash and a beachball. Other than that, just a little Orton."

;)

joseph cole's picture

Lol smartass, i never was a grammatically correct individual hahahahaha

Chris Jablonski's picture

I think that a colon after "change" would be preferable, while a comma could also be added after "corner".

joseph cole's picture

Lol you guys are killing me

Phillip Breske's picture

I didn't think it was ever appropriate to use a comma before "and."

Chris Jablonski's picture

As I'm sure you agree, Phillip, there are no absolutes in grammar & syntax. Joseph's meaning is clearer with the addition of the comma in this somewhat conceptually complex sentence.

Chris Jablonski's picture

Perhaps you should just post the images and let people work out themselves what you've done, Joseph, so they actually critique the images rather than what you've written!

Nice photo! Which is which? ;-)

joseph cole's picture

Because it’s before and after ya goof!;) top is the original bottom is the edit