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04-28-2014, 01:22 AM - 1 Like   #1
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Florence ... a different view
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View from the Arnolfo Tower in Palazzo della Signoria - Firenze Italy. A Gothic picture for agothic town.



04-28-2014, 01:24 AM   #2
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QuoteOriginally posted by alberto67 Quote
View from the Arnolfo Tower in Palazzo della Signoria - Firenze Italy. A Gothic picture for agothic town.


Can't see your Image alberto ?
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right ... and I cannot cancel the post . I will add it later on
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QuoteOriginally posted by alberto67 Quote
right ... and I cannot cancel the post . I will add it later on
No need to cancel. Just edit your first post by correcting the link. It's all good.

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I hope it is right now

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Can't see your Image alberto ?
I try to upload an image from the album , but it seems it doesn't work
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View from the Arnolfo Tower in Palazzo della Signoria - Firenze Italy. A Gothic picture for agothic town.
this is the image i want to upload
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Nominated! Whoa, that is a well done photo! Monochrome background, muted foreground, and a bright red dress. I like how the model is positioned on the stairs.
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Still I do not see it on the contest forum ... Do I need to be approveed ???

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Is it visible ??

I cannot see the image in the forum ... Is there any admin that could help me ??
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I can see it fine! I love the contrast with the models dress with dramatic setting. Nominated.
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Good one, but, that fringe on the left side of the tower, especially at the top of the image keeps catching my eye. Here is great tutorial how to fix it:

Photoshop Workbench 311: Edgy Photo Composite from Start to Finish

Also, and it might be just my monitor, but if the model, especially the dress, had more brightness and luminescence, the eye would be drawn to it.
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Great job.
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Good one, but, that fringe on the left side of the tower, especially at the top of the image keeps catching my eye. Here is great tutorial how to fix it:

Photoshop Workbench 311: Edgy Photo Composite from Start to Finish

Also, and it might be just my monitor, but if the model, especially the dress, had more brightness and luminescence, the eye would be drawn to it.
Thank you for the tutorial ... As far as regards the lightness & contrast of the Image I calibrate it for printing with my epson r3000 . On my Ipad the Image is darker than on my pc monitor and the standard printer I do. What i would like to underline is that the Image you see is a single Image and not a fusion of two ImageWriter. What i did is si play process it in two different way ... The foreground i let it in standard colours enhacing it with a pola filter and wars it with ps. The background is processed in Bw + solar filter. If you will have the possibility to clima up there that's the panorama you'll see (except the model )
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