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Great ahmet54 2005-09-24 11:06

Ni hao Alicia,
you captured a nice scene in the "mall", they call old town, near the tea-house. You picture is sharp and lit well. I would suggest a cropping at the right. I've dane a WS to show what I mean.
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Old 09-25-2005, 03:16 AM
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Thanks for the tips, Roland. I really appreciate it. I had tried finding the right crop, but wasn't too happy with the results so I just left it uncropped. Your crop works very well and the simple frame suits the image. What do you mean when you say you converted to greytones? Is that the same as grayscale? I think it the tones look better more like black and white film.
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Old 09-25-2005, 08:39 PM
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Hi Alicia,
you're right. I did not know the correct English expression; it's probably greyscale. The main advantage of greyscale-pictures is that the files become smaller.
There is also a difference in the tones whether you decrease colour-saturation (-100) or you transform the RGB (Red,Green,Blue) picture into a greyscale-picture.
But that's a question of liking.
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