Tags: seeking critique
Author: Lewis Scott
Gallery: Single Photos
Make : FUJIFILM
Model : FinePix S602 ZOOM
Date Time Original : 2004-12-14 19:01:03
Focal Length : 313/10
Shutter Speed Value : 1/388
Exposure Time : 1/400
Aperture Value : 5.7
F Number : 5.6
Iso Speed Ratings : 200
Flash : 16
Metering Mode : 5
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000
Software : Digital Camera FinePix S602 ZOOM Ver1.00
I will put others up I have a few versions... i was moved by the contrast & I was thinking about the indians
I don't think the red highlight is necessary. . . but otherwise I like this composotion the best of the three that you posted of the same scene.
This speaks so loudly, from the $$$$ in the distance to the trailer park in the center to the wreckage in the foreground. GREAT JOB. Was the original in color or B&W? If color I'd like to see that for further comparison.
I've seen color added I guess this just wasn't the right picture, I will change the photo to original, for those that read the comments after the fact I had just made Harrahs Red so it stood out as more than a just building, based on comments I have reverted back to my original Picture in raw form
I think it is a mistake to involve critiquers in the story behind this photo. Critique shots need to stand by themselves. I only came to look at this shot, which I feel is very effective. Please don't use this forum as a political outlet.
Tom, That sounds like a great idea, thank you
I agree with Travis, the red highlight is overkill. Let the scene speak for itself. Nice catch.
When i first put this on I did the Harrahs in red... I think it is just to small... I think you have a good idea Thanks
Pre PS for me
"Human" Interest I don't have the PS experience to render it the way I see it,but I'll try to convey my thoughts on it. I was also thinking in terms of "It's a Slippery Slope, and Cause and Effect" for titles. Properly done, it would make a great Gamblers Anonymous, poster.
Human" Interest I really like the theme behind this shot. Just can't come to terms with the rather flat tones, throughout. At least the Casino/Hotel should look inviting, as it always does, in contrast to the devastation, gambling can cause.
A Different view Striking Contrast...