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    Default Newbie's trip to Labrador Park

    Posted first in Gallery, but seems like it isn't the best place to get advice, no reply...

    I took these last December, but didn't have time to develop until recently.
    The shots are uncropped, and went through the standard PS processing.


    It was raining as I walked in from HarbourFront. The road leading in looked gloomy.





    Fishing men always seemed quite interesting...




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    The mood felt like this as the sun set...





    A last shot before I left:



    All comments welcome
    (I need a crash course in learning, not much time to shoot while I'm in NS )

    TIA

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    i like ur 3rd pic with e fishing ah pek, the mood is quite nice. =)
    but ur overall colours seem a bit dull, i guess prob due to the low light condition..

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    hmm... nice to see that film scans.

    which film were you using? they remind me of velvia

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    last 2nd shot is nice ...
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    Thanks all

    Arcanic: I know about the dull colours and contrast, but I couldn't see a way to improve on it without changing the mood. I love shots of fishing people

    fuzzy: I was using Superia X-TRA 400, but the scanned product had a greenish tinge. I Level-ed to make it warmer.

    Any pointers as to how the first pic can be improved? It felt quite messy all along.

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    I like the last one. Maybe your pics need a little sharpening.

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    i am in NS also , yr unit stay in or stay out ? pic no.6 is nice i think

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    Thanks for the comments.

    afbug: I think it's my lens, not the sharpest around, and even USM can't salvage the picture enough without showing signs of artifacts.

    S11loop: Just got my posting, going to find out about what freedom I might have.
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    If you're in a stay-out unit, make the best of the nights to practice night shots . :P
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    i like the 3rd and 6th ... very nice mood =) ... colours ... maybe use ps and saturate?

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