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    Tower II

    So, little bit differing version - with application of four correcting layers
    1 Hue/Saturation
    2 Selective Color
    3 Gradient Map
    4 Curves
    In my opinion there are less noise and branches are much more precise



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    Re: Tower II

    Good work here Yegor, although the flag pole? coming of the top of the tower is distracting.

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    Re: Tower II

    Quote Originally Posted by Skitalez View Post
    In my opinion there are less noise and branches are much more precise
    Yes, I agree.

    This has good tonal range and good contrast.

    It is also an image strong on texture, line and shape - which is always a good starting point for thinking about a B & W image. These are the elements that have to tell the story in a B & W image, because you do not have colour to help the viewer understand it.

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    Re: Tower II

    Progress)))) I think, such way is better - possible to supervise all colors and shades, shadows, contrast and Thanks)))))

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