Thanks for the link. This photographer you postet batwister has a colour palette i want definitly to avoid, beaceause it is this typically ugly-lookin portra/fuji 400h rated at 400 -look you can find everywhere. This and next to it the: overexposure 2 stops - style" - and both things are in my eyes not good...the first ugly and realistic, the second more beautifull but absolut unrealistic...just my opinion...
I absolutly agree with you. There has to be a nose for colours but we are still talking about things i already know. It is for sure, that both photographer have a sesibility for building up pictures with light, colours and finally emotions
here an example for good colour sesibility you were talking about - from the first phtographer, too:
http://www.ostkreuz.de/feature/432?f...rapher=3&fi=18 (picture no. 9 - the guy in front of his car)
In this case i exactly know, that shoting the same scene with any at the moment on the market available films, would give me not that look: strong colour AND pastellic with only deep blacks (higlights are so smooth) on a overcastet day. And everything is, like you already said batwister ,some how of naturalistic... but not the "sad/trist/puristic" and oversharped/clear way a modern provia produces, but aswell not to soft/unrealistic(in my opinion) you go with an fuji pro400/portra/reala/ektar...
Here two another examples:
http://www.ostkreuz.de/feature/432?f...rapher=3&fi=18 (second picture)
http://www.ostkreuz.de/feature/881?f...rapher=3&fi=15 (8th picture)
So: what do i wrong or how can i find this direction?
I will post this evening some pictures of me.
edit: aswell i never understand posts like yours, njanian, how people can be that unconstructive: just posting to crizicze
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