Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by qUAntUm k, Apr 30, 2007.
Feel free to comment. Anything you like or dislike? Swing away:mrgreen:
oh oh oh was it Microsoft Word? ;-)
Great shot, love the colours, the lights and I like the buildings leaning over. Not normally a fan of Buildings that look like they are leaning over but in this shot it works for me.
the editing is good !!! I wouild like to see a different composition..
try to find a comp that makes the distortion minimal !!!
overall great shot...
I like it. Kind of reminds me that I need to HDR Las Vegas the next time I'm over there...and maybe Boulder Dam at night.
Thanx you all for the compliments. Instead of cropping I'd like to learn how to correct for lens distortion, to strainghten the leaning towers. But, i've not had much success with photoshop and some plugin i experimented with. If you think you can fix the distortion, please have a go, as i'd love to see what a straight up image would look like, and maybe you could explain what tools you used to get that result. I'm a newbie, so any help is greatly appreciated.
Any further cristicism or comments are also welcome
MS Paint right??
No. Emacs? :nerd:
You ran this through the "Gorgeous" filter on the MakePerfectPictures program, didn't you?
You guys crack me up...I would have bet my life someone would have guessed it by now!
But seriously, er, keep tryin, and i really don't mind if you want to guess twice...
...though, i will admit that Aquarium Dreams is kinda close (depending on your point of view).
I'll give it a little more time, and if nobody can guess then I'll post the answer myself. So, dont ferget to check back...and, you'll probably kick yourself when i tell you what it is!
Maybe I should offer a prize?
Great shot ..
Is it Photomatix ?
Don't be ridiculous. If you aren't going to take this challenge seriously, then please don't post at all. :mrgreen:
Now where were we...ummm was it BallBlazer? Centipede? Missile Command?
Wow, which version of TurboTax did you use?
The shot came out great.
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