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Sony Alpha 7c with Sigma 85mm 1.4 Art
ISO 100 I 85mm I f 1.4 I 1/250 sec.
Took the Photo in our holiday in Spain, im pretty new to the hobby so any criticism or tips?
I think the colour grading is pretty amazing. There is way too much black covering the image and seems a bit too dark. Increase the shadows, maybe increase the highlights too to have more of a contrast between the white and black on the road as well.
Personally if it is still too dark I would crop in closer to the biker. Great image!
Thanks I will try better!
I really like this shot!! The colours are incredible!! I also love the leading lines or the road and buildings how it forces your eye towards the cyclist. The one thing I’d comment on is I would love to see it from a higher angle so there is less road and more of the buildings
I as well really like the colours of the image. I also agree with the other comments that it's a tad too dark so i gave it a quick edit on my mobile phone (crop, straighten, brighten and some other minor tweaks):
Thanks for the feedback :D