Thanks I think the sky adds something in this version while it didn't do that in the other one. The snow is still a bit too bright indeed, and you can see the snow being brighter on the left than on the right. I'll fix that when i get the time
Thanks, i'm curious about your opinion (btw i just updated it again, not showing it in the watch, because it got too dark again) Maybe the problem lies in the fact that i made it BW not by completely desaturating it, but by going in lab-color mode and deleting the a and b channels in photoshop. This gives a much nicer BW, but messing with color profiles is tricky as i know now..
Hmmmm... I don't remember exactly how the older version looked, but I think I like this version better. The footprints add a touch of mystery that I like. B&W conversion is weird, but then again, post-processing has never been my strong point
Hmm it's the same with me, but experimenting on this one (and reading tutorials) has really improved my skills over the last days But i don't want to sit in front of my screen to get my shots right, i want to look through the lens!
Make sure you export it in sRGB and not Adobe RGB as most browsers don't support embeded color profiles. As far as I know Safari does, Firefox has a plugin and IE does if you trick the html code a little bit but I don't think dA has the trick.
Yeah indeed.. But the problems already start when i export it from PS, i think something goes wrong when having a .psd with multiple layers if you export it, because when i merge the layers before exporting, the .jpeg does look the same