Dunno how to take good ones, sorry! But consider that fog and mist is often used in photos to show distance and perspective.
Some striking scenery is a good start, and your last two look pretty good. A bit of judicious contrast in tones would probably help, but that's PP (post processing)
and you have to get the image first. See below for examples just quickly done using Photoshop...
Foggy1 by Fadiya
Foggy2 by Fadiya
CC, Image editing OK.
Thanks!, I am not really good with PP usually I only use the auto level to make the picture looks better and a bit of
may I know the steps that you used to edit the pictures?
"It is one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it is another thing to make a portrait of who they are" - Paul Caponigro
Constructive Critique of my photographs is always appreciated
Hang on, can I tell you I had a major crash since since and soon after I posted that? OK, well, I did.
^ good question from RIck.
My s/w is Adobe Photoshop, V CS2.
The steps I used were....
Mild Shadow/Highlight, with a low range for shadows and a mild reduction in highlights.
I did that for each picture.
Mine is CS5 (I think... Rarely use it and just shutting down my laptop so can't check it.... Sorry...)
If it is CS5 consider getting a copy of this : http://www.dymocks.com.au/ProductDet...9#.UPJmRTeH-So
if it not CS5 look for the version for your version of phtotoshop. Scott's books are easy to follow and are basically a great tutorial in how to start editing your photos and by the end of the book you will be amazing yourself at how proficient you have become.
Thank you very much Rick,
I'll definitetly looking for it
, bias? it seems I forgot to set it back to 0 after playing a bit with it..... It happens all the time for me....