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    Default Old vintage



    took this picture during my trip in thailand. somewhere near SIAM centre.

    adjust the color balance of the pic. wanted to give viewers a vintage old school kind of feeling. or perhaps to give viewers (supposedly sg-eans) a glimpse of what sg might look like in the past with the overhang wires.

    c & c pls

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    the picture itself don't have the old & vintage feeling. you just changed the kelvins of the picture and lastly sg won't have thai plates & thai lettering on the canvas itself, suggest you DI those off. must to be improve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by solar View Post
    hmm whats kelvins?
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    u should fine tune the colours to suit the theme in ps
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    Quote Originally Posted by sexalicious View Post
    the picture itself don't have the old & vintage feeling. you just changed the kelvins of the picture and lastly sg won't have thai plates & thai lettering on the canvas itself, suggest you DI those off. must to be improve.
    The Toyota on the left is too modern and really destroys that old & vintage feeling for me.

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    i would have preferred to shoot it if the vehicles weren't there. the 2 school girls walking towards u do resemble the school girls we used to have. probably will wait for them to get closer before taking the pic as well. try shooting at a 1 way street with no cars. the street will be tigher and u get the claustrophobic feel of the old streets of singapore. probably would have looked much better.

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