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    rolling stones

    wash up on the shores of the river de maas in Rotterdam

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    Re: rolling stones

    The 2nd one is my favourite out of the set but they seem a little dull. They might benefit from pushing the contrast up a little

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    Re: rolling stones

    Which one is 'Keef'? I just bought his autobiography that came out last week. I too prefer #2, but I think they all need more of a focus point of attraction.

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    Re: rolling stones

    Great idea. Filling the frame like this with similar objects can provide great composition using patterns and textures, etc but I agree with Rob you still need a point of interest and this might be a rock of a different colour, texture, size etc that can be placed on the rule of thirds for example. And I agree with the other these need more punch with added contrast and sharpening.

    Well done, I like the concept and the subject.

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    Re: rolling stones

    colors are as they are, i can boost up the colors
    but then they don't look natural anymore, and then you come to a point of how is your monitor is calibrated
    i use a spider to calibrate my monitor, most peeps do it manually

    if you use them as background in a repeating order, the point of interest will only distract you
    Last edited by Vandenberg; 31st October 2010 at 11:21 AM.

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    Re: rolling stones

    The colours look fine from where I'm sitting. I also calibrate my monitor. Very good set of abstracts.

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