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herbaltee


Apr 7, 2008, 11:27 AM
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Rappeling off the Monkey Face
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I was going for a picture that was kind of lonely and dark. Showing that insecurity and tiredness that climbing can have on the subject. Any opinions on what can be improved? I don't remember if I changed the image. I probably tweaked the colors a bit.


melekzek


Apr 8, 2008, 12:49 AM
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herbaltee wrote:
I probably tweaked the colors a bit.

You should tweak more, the colors are dull, and not a good way. Or I would try in b&w, since there is some tonal range but not much color in the image


BigBlue89Bronco


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I understand the look you are going for, and its almost there. in my opinion i would darken the sky a bit and lighten the face of the rock to give it more contrast and attract the eye to the climber. great composition with the camera though


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