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  1. eggy900

    eggy900 TPF Noob!

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    HI all, i have returned from Cambodia. As i've already posted some of my photos i have decided to post my Angkor Wat photos, enjoy!

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    comments and queries please
     
  2. Nikon Fan

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    Love the second to last one!!! So what did you think of Angkor Wat??? I hear it's pretty amazing, but was it worth the trip over???
     
  3. John E.

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    Good pics, liked the silhouet pic the most. Looks like real interesting place.
     
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    2,3, and 6 I like. The long aisleway is great capture.
     
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    #6 is my favorite :D
     
  6. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    i like #s 2, 3 & 4 the most
     
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    nice series :thumbup: #3 is my fav!
     
  8. eggy900

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    angkor wat was wicked, had to get an internal flight from Phnom Pehn. It's a shame i was only there for 2 days because there are so many temples to see. Our tour guide was very helpful, he had taken the professional postcard photographers round so he offered lots of good advice on photo opportunities.

    Thanks for all the comments
     
  9. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Welcome back, eggy, and maybe you'll regale us with even more photos of such an exotic place (well, it is 'exotic' to me, that is for sure!)
    You give us some good insight into what the place is like, yet your photos have their individuality. I like that a lot. And the green of the leaf inbetween is a welcome change. I like that capture much.
    As to the temple photos, my favourite are 3 and 5.
    The telephoto lense pic of the whole site shows some vignetting. Is that because of the lense? (I detected the same in some very old photos of mine when I still used my husband's 300mm lense).
     
  10. eggy900

    eggy900 TPF Noob!

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    how perceptive laphoto, i think it might be becaue i had a polariser and UV stacked on top, or might be because i didn't have time to edit properly so i just used auto levels
     
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    #3 is my fav
     
  12. Ivana again

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    This one is amazing :thumbup:

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