Photoblog of Julien Roumagnac - Photos of Montreal, Quebec, Canada // Photoblog de Julien Roumagnac - Photos de Montréal, Québec, Canada

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  • NIKON D200
  • 26 mm
  • f 8
  • 13s
  • Iso 100
  • 2006.06.11 - 18:47


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30 Comment(s)

  • beautiful shot!! loving it
    Ameen @ 2006-06-16 21:11
  • Tres belle photo. Plusieurs lignes de force, c'est interessant. Un tantinet decale vers la gauche, mais la "brouette" au premier plan compense. C'est dans la richesse des details qu'on reconnait ton style.
    Eric @ 2006-06-16 22:06
  • I like very much the tone. The image is SHARP! I like the enviroment too!
    chema @ 2006-06-17 04:43
  • i love the grittyness. i love urban scenes man.. graffiti.. the confusion... the rustic look.. adore it.. cool props.
    tad @ 2006-06-17 05:25
  • Loving the industrial edge to this and the bled out colour. Great composition and a great atmosphere. Interesting and a little brutal.
    mooch @ 2006-06-17 05:59
  • Lovely details, wonder how the color version would look.
    Ashish Sidapara @ 2006-06-17 12:19
  • Toujours ce lieu fantastique...Une très belle composition pour ce chaud Noir et Blanc.
    still @ 2006-06-17 15:27
  • Amazingly sharp, great tones. That's a great looking wheelbarrow too.
    jeremy @ 2006-06-18 03:58
  • I love the details :D seems a bit like a few of your other shots... but im not gonna get sick of them... well not anytime soon anyway :P
    JD @ 2006-06-18 05:10
  • Toujours aussi bonne photo, toujours un plaisir de revenir, j'aime la qualité du détail
    stef-lou @ 2006-06-18 12:39
  • great scene. the little graffities on the walls are great. i also like the angle. however, i'm not sure if the room in the background is a little to bright. don't know if we could see more details if the room would be a little darker.
    shaped @ 2006-06-18 14:37
  • en route ? les tons sont une fois encore superbes ;)
    jlc @ 2006-06-19 02:17
  • Très belles couleurs et eclairage. J'aime bien la touche un peu ancienne de cette photo. Une question que je me pose: Tu "arrange" un peu les elements du decors ou tu ne touche a rien. Par exemple cette brouette tu l'a deplacée ou elle etait la comme ca?
    Olivier @ 2006-06-19 04:31
  • I keep saying it....I love the detail in your photos. I've tried to do some myself still haven't got there yet. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Jide Alakija @ 2006-06-19 08:19
  • Un beau rendu pour la tonalité de cette photo. Cela dit j'ai un peu de mal la lire car je trouve que trop d'éléments viennent "parasiter" le sujet principal, la brouette.
    Eric @ 2006-06-19 08:40
  • Nice photo, but as Ashish Sidapara mentioned, would be interesting to see the coloured version.
    Constantin @ 2006-06-19 09:12
  • Bonjour, Julien I think I must throw away my camera; I have just discovered your photoblog and your pictures are simply wonderful. Every one passes my test of what makes a good photograph: Would I hang it on my wall? Yes, I would! I will visit every day.
    Jack Bush @ 2006-06-19 09:25
  • With so many of your shots, it just looks like there's been much to much photoshopping going on. It doesn't look real to me.
    Justin @ 2006-06-19 12:30
  • nice find, great detail. is this black and white or duotone?....I cant really tell
    lee @ 2006-06-19 12:56
  • Super sharp!! Wow, how do you do it? I have such a hard time maintaing sharpness after downsizing to a 780px width. I used to use bicubic sharpening (Photoshop), but I get a little better results with bilinear... but nothing near as sharp as yours. Spectacular!
    Beth @ 2006-06-19 15:42
  • Thank again everyone for commenting :)

    > Ashish Sidapara & Constantin : I not really like the color version, but because you're asking for : here it is

    > Olivier : Ca m'est arrivé de bouger certains petits objets 1 ou 2 fois, mais finalement ç n'a jamais été des photos que j'ai posté donc je n'ai pas d'exemple te montrer. Dans cet endroit, non je n'ai rien bougé surtout que j'ai appris cette fois-ci grâce des gars qui étaient en train de grapher sur les murs qu'un vigil passait de temps en temps et que le silence était préférable ;)

    > Eric : Tu as peut-être raison, cette image est trés riche en détails, c'est ce que j'aimais, mais peut-être l'est-elle trop...

    > Justin : You're right, most of the time reality is not what i'm looking for. I often think about the post-processing before taking the picture. PP is as much important, for me, than taking the photo because this is the other part of my pleasure. But, you know I'm just an hobbyist and I keep experimenting, perhaps that in the future I will be back to something more basic .. don't really know ;). Anyway thanks for giving me your straightforward point of view

    > Lee : The picture has been done for B&W and after I added a gradient map, I really liked this strange effect on this gritty place.

    Beth : I'm just doing an unsharp mask before resizing, I know it is perhaps sometimes too strong, but that's the best way I found to show you details in a such format. My friend Laurent tell me that apparently the effect wasn't really good on LCD screens ... so I'll need to think about it and to see on his LCD ;).

    Julien @ 2006-06-19 21:47
  • Great Composition.
    Pat @ 2006-06-20 04:41
  • Tres bon post traitement et choix des tons noir et blanc Sepia.
    Instinct Numerique @ 2006-06-20 06:05
  • I think the general rule of thumb is to only do in PS what you can do in a darkroom. If you want to stretch it further then that, then it has to be done as such that it doesn't look like it's PS'd. At least that's my personal opinion. People do seem to take however to photos that are heavily PS'd. They are attracted to them. But when I see them, right away I have a hard time believing the accuracy of the photo.
    @ 2006-06-20 15:25
  • Sorry the comment of 20-06-2006 15:25 is mine..
    Justin @ 2006-06-20 15:26
  • > Justin : I'm totally agree with you, that's the general rule of thumb, I really respect that point of view and I'm trying to use that on some of my pictures. But sometime I want to exagerate and denature willingly some of them to try something special, for some people it is working, for others that gives a bad and immature picture. I do not pretend to do photography in the "state of the art", I just building pictures based on a photo, i'm trying thing and experiencing, some of you would say that it is still photoraphy (I've seen some really strange dark room and analog process that really denature pictures but gives some really interesting effects), other would say that it is digital imaging ... I think that's an old and no-end debate ;).
    Julien @ 2006-06-20 19:01
  • Great lightning.
    Maran @ 2006-06-21 07:26
  • Now that is one gorgeous, gorgeous photo. Very nice work -- this deserves to be framed.
    kendall @ 2006-06-28 07:11
  • Awsome sharpness and a really good depth of field. Love it
    Sigge @ 2006-07-04 13:45
  • Where you took it? It is so sketchy.
    allansiew @ 2006-08-05 02:34

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