Thank you. For #3, I think you read my mind. That's exactly what i tried to achieve when i was taking that photo. but then my photo taking and photoshop skill is limited. :embrass:Castlesinthesky said:I love number 1. Perfect capture of Holland imo.
Number 3 would be perfect too if the foreground's grass is considerably lightened to match the background. I love number 3's composition. Here's a quick interpretation. I hope you don't mind.Let me know if you want it removed. Looking at number 3 really reminds me of a lazy noon by the river whilst listening to jazz standards.. Beautiful.
Good job otherwise.I love holland.
Hey mate, yeah was quiet for a bit, was travelling with work and then took some vacation over the new year period, just got back last night.Petf69 said:Hey mate, good to hear from ya. Have not seem your postings recently.
Thanks for the tip.
gooseberry said:Hey mate, yeah was quiet for a bit, was travelling with work and then took some vacation over the new year period, just got back last night.
Happy New Year btw.
Think that's a valid point too. noted bro. ;pAhV said:bro ...generally, the subjects are 'under' in the nicely exposed background ...what time of the day was it when u took them ? Maybe you could 'DI' the subjects ...the pics lack punch le :think: too much shades .....
Haha... actually a couple of people at work mentioned the other day that I seem to have a lot of vacations... oh well, someone's got to do it I guess... hehe.Petf69 said:Holiday again?? haha.......
anyway, happy New Year and best wishes!!!
Haha...let`s toast to that.......i`m in Paris returning to HK now......long transit time........:cry: :cry:gooseberry said:Haha... actually a couple of people at work mentioned the other day that I seem to have a lot of vacations... oh well, someone's got to do it I guess... hehe.
Here's to more travels this year and more photo taking opportunities !