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Storm's A Coming - Flying Cloud Farm, North Carolina
Posted By: photoleet, 04-19-2013, 05:17 PM


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Taken on the last trip to North Carolina. PP in ACR. C&C appreciated.
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The industrious will have results.Good luck.
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Interesting viewpoint and I like really like car leading into the image.

If it were mine, I would have a look at maybe trying to reduce the grain/noise especially in the sky area.
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I love the name of the farm and the photo suits it. B&W was a good choice here but I agree about the grain especially in the really white areas on the left. That is the only place that bothers me a bit. I do like the shot though.

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Ominous. As if the car is heading into a maelstrom - cool shot.

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QuoteOriginally posted by kerrowdown Quote
Interesting viewpoint and I like really like car leading into the image.

If it were mine, I would have a look at maybe trying to reduce the grain/noise especially in the sky area.
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I love the name of the farm and the photo suits it. B&W was a good choice here but I agree about the grain especially in the really white areas on the left. That is the only place that bothers me a bit. I do like the shot though.
Interesting comment about the grain. I added it in the picture thinking it looked good. Could you say what situations grain should be added and when not to overdo it ? What does grain represent for you?
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Could you say what situations grain should be added and when not to overdo it ? What does grain represent for you?
I often add grain via presets in Lightroom, when I want an old film feel or to add some grit to the image, especially some industrial scenes.

IMHO if this were my image, I would've just backed off a little on both the grain size and roughness sliders, to tone it down, but leave the grain there, because it does add to the stormy effect.
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I like it, the speeding car really adds some drama to this shot.

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