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Post Industrial Decay

shotokan101

Banned
I agree - nicely captured set Simon - would be nice to see some closer shots of those buildings :)
 

shotokan101

Banned
Thanks Simon - 2nd shot is showing as unavailable on flickr BTW :)
 

simon ess

Well-known Member
Sorted now.

I just had a realisation about the negative scanning process, so I've re-done most of them.

I think I'm now getting better contrast.
 

shotokan101

Banned
Sorted now.

I just had a realisation about the negative scanning process, so I've re-done most of them.

I think I'm now getting better contrast.

I think you're right - but looks like they might need a little exposure boost as a little dark here now ?
 

shotokan101

Banned
They look OK to me Jim, TBH.

Different screens, different tastes?

Could be I guess (tastes that is) - thsi monitor is calibrated and the last set looked O.K. (Gamma Wise) but a little "Flat" - the latest versions look to have more detail overall but are darker :)
 

shotokan101

Banned
Yep, probably down to taste then.

Think "dark satanic mills" 'n' all that. :smashin:

Nah - fine at home - some twonk has been messing with my work monitor :mad:
 

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