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 Post subject: Yuriria Town in Mexico
PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 1:44 am 
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Hi everyone this is my very frst post i took this photos in a town in the central state of Guanajuato Mexico, let me know what you think im really looking to improve my composition thnaks in advance.

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I think shooting at a different time could help. The sky is overcast and looks washed out which is an important feature of many architectural shots.

The light in #5 looks nice but in most of the other the light is flat and the impact of those beautiful buildings is lost in a 2D image.

Try shooting during the golden hour, or at least when you have a more interesting sky and light.

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and to what kimichi said you might try hdr processing (not over processing) just to grab more detail and get nice contrast and the kick out of the photos.. dubaiphil should know much about it..

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Or try Nik Software Colour Efex, especially the pro contrast and tonal contrast presets - that'll add a bit of punch nicely. :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2011 12:24 am 
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OK friends the part about shoting at a diferent time its not possible for me since i was only pasing by so i might try a little post porcesing to enhance the photos thaks for the advice :D


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