Spent a great deal of time trying to figure this one out. I think it turned out a little better, but still has a few issues. Let me know what you think!!! (See original in my profile)
If you all don't mind, please view in full screen (download) before you rate or comment, the small screen doesn't do it justice. I very much appreciate suggestions and constructive criticism.
Good job, there is noise in some areas and the light through the small window is very bright, this is my opinion
better, i like it:) windows are always a real pain!
Better than the other.
It's better.. I would have cranked the tractor and moved it out then backed it in which would greatly improve the POV and composition. If.. the tractor will crank and if not.. shame on someone for neglecting a fine piece of machinery.. :)
Yeah I wish it was working too, but it hasn't been used for about 7 years; since my grandpa passed. The people that live in the farm house now don't really know how to take care of things, so its a real bummer to see things go this way.
Think the POV is not quite right in my eye's. I would copy & paste left window so as for it show through the blown window (right). both windows to me could do with less brightness. Perhaps less brightness throughout to give it a moody feel...IMHO
I like it, greatly improved over the one from yesterday. I see a hint of blue in the left window. I wonder if just increasing the blue after you tone map would bring out that color of the sky in the window. That and maybe the green.
Both great ideas, love it. Ill def give those a shot. Appreciate it!!!
I think its a lot better. To solve the windows you should take a light reading outside. The inside will then be darker, but you can brighten that up later with software adjustments.
Problem is, I cant go back and re-shoot these. This farm is in NE and I live in CO. I was there visiting this last weekend, but its a 10 hour drive for me. Maybe next time I'm there Ill do a few more shots and hopefully have more time to spend onsite.
That's perfect for me
Yes, Much Better.
Very nice work. When I want to keep what is available through a windows, I usually use the lowest exposure and I combine it in photoshop with layers masking and 'painting' to reveal the windows sight...