Just messing around with my camera at the convenience store.
I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!
Enjoying this series, so whats the PP?
29 Apr 2008 5:41am
@Rhys: Well after the usual curves, burning etc. etc. I tried using some stuff from Paint Shop I'd never used; tried the Time Machine filter to simulate cross processing. Its a cool gimmicky function. I tried 'early colour' on yesterday's shot. It's too easy though isn't it..?
at first, it's nice, and secondly wonder if you like strong colours (under exposure.)
29 Apr 2008 7:03am
@pLusOne: Thanks pLusOne. I think I do like strong colours...
Unusual, still interesting, it has a lot of impact :)
29 Apr 2008 9:23am
@Lorraine: Cheers Lorraine. I tried some crafty 'Time Machine' filter from Paint Shop...
You might call it "messing around", but I think it is quite a different style which I happen to find interesting and attractive!As Lorraine pointed out....it has impact!
29 Apr 2008 9:44am
@Japanalia: Thanks Gabriela! Nice to have you back.
Like the glimpse into the world of everyday Japan!
29 Apr 2008 12:00pm
@Michael Skorulski: Cheers Michael!
nice image - I like the color selection
29 Apr 2008 2:57pm
@yiannis krikis: Thanks yiannis.
29 Apr 2008 6:36pm
@Marie: Thank you Marie.
This series has a strangely appealing quality, the colors are way-off, but good.
29 Apr 2008 7:31pm
@Observing: Cheers Mike. That will be the cross processing simulation...
Nice instant shopping scene. I like the strong contrast!
29 Apr 2008 9:17pm
@standley: Thanks standley!
Excellent colour tones! Very nice composition! Is that a TtV or something?
29 Apr 2008 11:46pm
@Vikram: Thank you Vikram! What's a TtV?
Lovely image! Like the strong colours, give this daily scene something special. Also like the choice of border.
30 Apr 2008 12:07am
@Inki: Cheers Inki!
i love street photography. the past few images have been great. good colors and i like the natural position of the people. I really must try it soon.
30 Apr 2008 1:05am
@Simon Tew: Thank you Simon!
Nice processing. I like the contrast.
30 Apr 2008 4:36pm
@Twelvebit: Cheers Twelvebit!
I like this series cause of the contrasting colors and the final processing, brings out the edge to them
1 May 2008 11:41pm
@lissa: Thanks lissa!
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