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Report - Dorlux Bed Factory, Halifax - June 2014


UrbanDuck

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Nice pictures, nice lens.
 

Misfit

"barry"
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shit hot! Have to give this a looksee! :)

M
 

The Lone Shadow

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I wonder how long before the homeless find the comfort of this place.

LS
 

A-C-P

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Love it. Your post processing is exceptional. If you don't mind me asking; are you using any particular Lightroom presets - VSCO perhaps?

Cheers!
 

TAG

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Love it. Your post processing is exceptional. If you don't mind me asking; are you using any particular Lightroom presets - VSCO perhaps?

Cheers!
All my presets are done myself I have well over 50 over my years of photographing. VSCO are decent for some iPhone snaps but I wouldn't let them touch my proper work just a tad too tone curved for me. What you'll see in most of mine is an upping of exposure contradicted with contrast or blacks. Most of the time when I'm shooting even inside this warehouse I'll crank the ISO a bit so it creates a dramatic effect on the rest of the image. It's honestly pretty simple you've just got to work with the light you have for each picture to get whatever look you're after.

But yeah all my images start with my own presets then tweeted to however I fancy it. Don't download presets do them yourself or you will not learn.

Oh yeah and if you're wanting this VSCO look. It's mainly just tone curves and split tones. Hope that helps :)
 

TAG

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Love it. Your post processing is exceptional. If you don't mind me asking; are you using any particular Lightroom presets - VSCO perhaps?

Cheers!
Example for you. This is VSCO'd.. if you like. Tone curve wacked up and split toned green into the shadows and yellow to the highlights. It's not a bad look, the colour is a bit cheese but if I'd have the chose I'd do this over using clarity or HDR.

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A-C-P

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Thanks for that explanation, I assumed it would be related to altering the tone curve but you managed to do it subtly and give your shots an almost analogue feel which I really like.
 

Fudge

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All my presets are done myself I have well over 50 over my years of photographing. VSCO are decent for some iPhone snaps but I wouldn't let them touch my proper work just a tad too tone curved for me. What you'll see in most of mine is an upping of exposure contradicted with contrast or blacks. Most of the time when I'm shooting even inside this warehouse I'll crank the ISO a bit so it creates a dramatic effect on the rest of the image. It's honestly pretty simple you've just got to work with the light you have for each picture to get whatever look you're after.

But yeah all my images start with my own presets then tweeted to however I fancy it. Don't download presets do them yourself or you will not learn.

Oh yeah and if you're wanting this VSCO look. It's mainly just tone curves and split tones. Hope that helps :)
Need more of this round here - people sharing knowledge.

Everyone's quick to slate someone for their shit photos, but most of the time it's quite hypocritical.
 

TAG

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Need more of this round here - people sharing knowledge.

Everyone's quick to slate someone for their shit photos, but most of the time it's quite hypocritical.
Couldn't agree more mate. People can be extremely quick to judge when the best thing about photography is it can't really be wrong. To me photography is to always change your techniques or experiment if you like. If you have a arrogance towards a style you're probably not open to change of or think HDR is the answer. Unless you're putting out extremely unique and inspirational photos then no body is one to judge.
 

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