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Discussion in 'Appraisal Gallery' started by Uli Berger, Feb 10, 2022.
Best regards, Uli
I like the way the leafless trees have bent slightly with the prevailing wind to complement the curved roof structure.
Yes, I like that too - well spotted! The tiny blue speck to the left is a bit once seen never unseen, but at least it's not red.
I suspect the trees were already bent!
I too like the way the trees echo the curves of the roofline - a nice piece of observation.
I think the blue spot is a person and yes once spotted does draw the eye. Might be worth going back to the file and darkening or desaturating it.
May as well do a B&W conversion, it is mostly grey with a blue person and a red reflection of some trees, could add a bit more contrast too.
Or simply change the colour to something less conspicuous,
Or in fact clone him out
I think it suits colour. Maybe bring the oranges down a touch more but overall a muted colour scene looks good.
I tried SW, hm, but preferred the muted color picture.
I just missed the little blue person, unbelievable...
Not exactly Ulrich like use of colour and saturation is it.
I see it as shape and form, the shape of the trees matching the roof line and the smooth man made surfaces contrasting with the complex detail in the tree branches.
^^^^^^^^^ Sorry my last post crossed with your comment above. ^^^^^^^
With the distracting cyclist cloned out and the ugly box on the right cropped - does this look better or just different? (I downloaded the image to work on, but will not keep it.)
No, I think the wider shot is far better. Yours is far too cropped for my taste.
A option. But in this version is no longer so well shown the force of the storms that bent the trees.
You could crop it, but just as it is it is a real piece of the New Topographics we were discussing.
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