Canon 400D/Canon 70/300 IS USM @ 95mm | 1/160s | f/9 | ISO 200adjust your monitor brightness and contrast to see all gray scale levels for better view

9 comments:

  1. Wonderful! can you explain how you got this particular tone in your pic?

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  2. Thanks for the comment silent moments,

    I normally adjust the Levels (Ctr + L) in
    Photoshop. In this pic I changed the Input levels and it gave this tone without much effort.

    Btw I got this pale orange colour form the evening sunlight; maybe that did the trick…. =D

    Hope this helps if not pls do let me know I’ll try to explain it further (even though I’m not that good at it) ;)

    PS: First I adjust the Levels and if it not gives the result that I expected then I try with the Exposure (Image --> Adjustments --> Exposure) in PS.

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  3. Thanks for the comprehensive explanation :)

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  4. Silent Moments,
    You are most welcome.. =D

    K,
    Thanks mate.

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  5. Almost like they're coming to life and moving for real..! Even this golden orange hue gives more life to the reliefs. Splendid photo!

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  6. wonder who carved these beautiful ,realistic sculptures.
    the first elephant's tail is falling off ;-)

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  7. Thanks for the comment.

    Lol.. ya it need some retouch :D

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