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Infiltration Forums > Archived UE Photo Critiques > Monastery MontG (Viewed 937 times)
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Monastery MontG
< on 4/18/2013 8:50 PM >
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First trip of the year 2013, this sad, empty abandoned monastery.

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 1 on 4/22/2013 1:11 PM >
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Location looks awesome. Love the composition in #2, very interesting take.

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 2 on 5/1/2013 12:30 AM >
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Wonderful shots.

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 3 on 5/3/2013 4:37 AM >
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Beautiful pictures!

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 4 on 5/3/2013 12:46 PM >
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Nice ones dude, would put some more
contrast in the pictures.


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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 5 on 5/28/2013 4:01 AM >
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I like #6 as it's sharp, clean and symmetrical. Do you use Silver EFEX?

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 6 on 5/28/2013 7:46 PM >
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Like the 2, really nice location too ! Congrats

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 7 on 5/28/2013 11:19 PM >
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These are nice! You should post under the photography section to reach a different audience! ;)

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 8 on 5/31/2013 2:31 PM >
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Posted by billmclaugh
I like #6 as it's sharp, clean and symmetrical. Do you use Silver EFEX?


Nope, just Lightroom

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 9 on 6/4/2013 11:07 AM >
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Nice work. I'm enjoying all of them.

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 10 on 6/11/2013 5:16 AM >
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I think that each of the photos are interesting and well taken. Composition is simple for complex subjects. I like how you use complimentary lines (floors, walls, corners, etc.) to make very pleasing photos that draw the eyes to certain focal points.

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 11 on 6/11/2013 5:52 PM >
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#9 is great!

Nice atmosphere and capture..

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 12 on 8/11/2013 10:26 PM >
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Really cool location. Number two is an absolute standout. I like your taste for symmetry and you hit the nail square on the head in 2.you clearly have an eye for composition, as evidenced throughout, but especially with the chair.
They could use a bit more pop on some- a curves adjustment or a sharpening tweak, but overall, a really enjoyable set.
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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 13 on 8/14/2013 1:07 AM >
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I like low contrast black and white when it's done well. These are to hard to critique. The composition is very well thought out.

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 14 on 8/14/2013 8:08 PM >
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I dont think you really need any critiques. You seem to know what you are doing

Very well done, the entire set is amazing.

#3 I would have taken the pic a bit closer, the extra blah walls and step in the foreground take away from the awesome background and more interesting striped walls.

#4 needs to be sharpened WAY up, or crank up the clarity if using LR. There is so much detail in the bushes, leaves, bricks, tons of texture on the building itself, but its not really popping out

#7 I might sharpen it a bit more, or add a touch of clarity if using LR.

#8 same as #7

#9 I dig the softness of the whole image.The different angles the doors vs the cabinets vs the tables vs the light beam adds really makes for a cool scene.

In any case... You know what you're doing. Awesome set!!!

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Re: Monastery MontG
<Reply # 15 on 9/21/2013 12:35 AM >
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Really nice - especially the lines in #2!

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