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Evaluation 2

  1. 1. Discovering Photography Task 7- Evaluation of Classic and Modern coloured photographs
  2. 2. Comparison to original Before After After completing Task 6 and Task 7, I decided that the Photographs I had captured and then post-produced needed something else doing to them. I noticed that there were clear links with 5 of my photos, split into 2 groups, but 4 of my photos seemed to have a style of their own, while jot fitting into any sort of collection as such. I then decided I should further edit these pictures in accordance to the styles of my two mini-collections of photographs. Firstly, I tried to add the classic effect I had added to my Minster pictures in Task 6, however, no of the Photographs looked effective when completed. Monochrome colouring was the other effect I used on my images in Task 6 postproduction, so decided I should edit them like this. I still didn’t think they looked that effective, compared to before, but they looked more effective than the classic colouring. The Four ‘after’ images represent how the images look with monochrome colouring on them, so they now fit into a ‘collection’. Due to no images been post-produced with classic colouring, 6 images are of a modern style, while 3 of them remain in the classic colouring, as pictured in Task 6. Before After Before After Before After
  3. 3. Nunnington Balcony evaluation What I like about the photograph: • The monochrome colouring highlights the black of the rail and the lightness of the building well, which gives it an effective contrast. •The orange colouring behind the railing wasn’t a feature I liked about the before shot. In the Monochrome one however, the issue isn’t there and it looks a lot better. •It now fits in with the modern collection part of my photography. What I dislike about the photograph and what would I change? •The Monochrome colouring takes away some of the effectiveness of the image, due to the orange tinge representing the building in a way that gave a sunset feel about it. •I would lighten the top of the arch on the stonework because on the left hand shot, you could see the badge clearly, now you struggle to see it for the darkened colouring. •The gradient level made the brickwork look all as one and even, but the monochrome colour makes the brickwork look patchy.
  4. 4. Nunnington side evaluation What I like about the photograph: •Like a lot of Monochrome pictures, the contrast between the light and dark is an effective feature. The black plant pots complement the light brickwork and also contrast with the lightness of the grass. • I think the top picture was a bit dark, where as the ‘modern colouring style’ has brought the lightness back to the picture, like it did in the raw photograph when it was initially taken. •The effect on the before image was monochrome on the building and a dash of colour on certain items. This can look quirky on pictures, but I think I didn’t get it right and ended up with an overly postproduced image. The monochrome image looks understated but effective. What I dislike about the photograph and what would I change? •The top picture represented Nunnington Hall like my other images didn't, in a mysterious, dusk type of way. I liked this feature, but now the monochrome has been added, it’s not as effective. •I would change the brickwork brightness on the middle portion of brickwork. This is due to it been lighter than the rest of the brickwork, which makes the overall building look patch in it’s colouring.
  5. 5. Nunnington window evaluation What I like about the photograph: •Instead of having black, white and green on the original, the monochrome colouring makes the contrast more evident. •The new post-produced images adds the element of dynamic range, which it didn’t have before. •The selective colour optioning let me make the outline of the window one colour, instead of patchy colouring. What I dislike about the photograph and what would I change? •The green colouring outside the window. While the contrast on the bottom image is effective, the top image, before the monochrome style made a better image, in my opinion. •The shadow under the window on the bottom image doesn’t add to the image in an effective way, instead, it detracts some of the attention away from the central focus the window.
  6. 6. Nunnington pillar evaluation What I like about the photograph: •The representation of Nunnington being mysterious is furthered by the monochrome colouring added to it. •The additional tilt I added to the photograph allows the image to look straighter and from more of a straight on angle. What I dislike about the photograph and what would I change? •This is one of the only images that I feel looked better, colour wise, before the monochrome colour was added. •While the added tilt does make the image look straighter, I liked the quirky angle on he photograph before the initial postproduction, as well as this second post-production stage.
  7. 7. Nunnington pillar evaluation What I like about the photograph: •The representation of Nunnington being mysterious is furthered by the monochrome colouring added to it. •The additional tilt I added to the photograph allows the image to look straighter and from more of a straight on angle. What I dislike about the photograph and what would I change? •This is one of the only images that I feel looked better, colour wise, before the monochrome colour was added. •While the added tilt does make the image look straighter, I liked the quirky angle on he photograph before the initial postproduction, as well as this second post-production stage.

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