Reminiscence* (Infrared)


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night86mare

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Taken with Sony H2 and Hoya R72 filter
Exposure: 2.5 sec (5/2)
Aperture: f/3.5
ISO: 80

Please feel free to comment, especially on composition and post-processing. Anything goes!

Was taken at Kallang Basin area, more towards the Lavender side already.

Thanks!
 

zaren

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doesn't quite work for me. i can see the contrast between the simple life (bike, coconut tree) vs the modern bz life (high rise buildings in the bg), but i feel the composition of the pic should be further simplified to be more effective.
 

night86mare

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Meaning less elements?

I think that's what you mean, if that's so, I get it.. For that setting, this was as simple as it gets though, I took about 20+ from different angles, haha. Maybe some other place, it would be possible.
 

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I feel that if it was an old-school bicycle in the picture instead of a mountain bike then it might have more impact..:) perhaps bike leaning against the tree?

just my 2c..:)
 

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exposure adjust abit. seems too dark or maybe it's my monitor
teerex showed me the power of autolevels and exposure controls heehee
try it out
 

night86mare

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exposure adjust abit. seems too dark or maybe it's my monitor
teerex showed me the power of autolevels and exposure controls heehee
try it out
Hahaha, ya, I always use autolevels now.. But sometimes it tends to like to put certain things too white.. So I don't use it on all the IR stuff.

Exposure controls? Hrm. Must go and look at my PS, not sure what exactly you mean. =D
 

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