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Schön gesehen. Möglicherweise etwas zu dramatische Himmel.

Wie hast Du in SW umgewandelt ? 

 

Danke. Die S/W-Bearbeitung ist mit Silver Efex gemacht. Ein paar Regler verschoben und der tiefblaue Himmel gab im Kontrast zum ruhigen unteren Teil ein wenig Dramatik her

 

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Sabine

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Hallo Sabine,

 

s/w mit knack. Paßt für mich zum gut gesehenen Motiv. Dennoch ein Gedanke: Vielleicht einen Schritt nachts rechts, damit der Pfosten freigestanden und nicht das Gebäude verdeckt hätte? 

 

Gruß

Thomas

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Hallo Sabine,

 

s/w mit knack. Paßt für mich zum gut gesehenen Motiv. Dennoch ein Gedanke: Vielleicht einen Schritt nachts rechts, damit der Pfosten freigestanden und nicht das Gebäude verdeckt hätte? 

 

Gruß

Thomas

 

Hallo Thomas,

 

ich hab mal im Archiv gewühlt.

 

 

 

In meinen Augen wäre eine Kombination aus beiden optimal. Zu spät

 

Gruß

Sabine

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ich hab mal im Archiv gewühlt.

 

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Der Schattenwurf des Pfahles ist jetzt noch prägnanter. Kleines Detail mit großer Wirkung. Super !

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Für mich ist es auch das zweite, den "dramatischen Himmel" finde ich passend.

 

Gruß Jörg

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Der Schattenwurf des Pfahles ist jetzt noch prägnanter. Kleines Detail mit großer Wirkung. Super !

 

#2 gefällt mir besser, aber der Himmel ist mir zu dramatisch, ich hätte ihn 'silber' gelassen.

 

Für mich ist es auch das zweite, den "dramatischen Himmel" finde ich passend.

 

Gruß Jörg

 

Vielen Dank

 

Ja - überzeugt. Nr.2 gefällt mir auch besser. Und der Himmel bleibt

 

Gruß

Sabine

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