Hollandse Biesbosch

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by HollandHusker, Feb 20, 2007.

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Which picture do you like most?

  1. #1

    2 vote(s)
    28.6%
  2. #2

    4 vote(s)
    57.1%
  3. Both suck

    1 vote(s)
    14.3%
  1. HollandHusker

    HollandHusker TPF Noob!

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    It has been a very long time since i've posted any pictures of myself on this forum. I've been extremely busy and had barely time to be taking any pictures at all. This afternoon I finally got out on my bike and took a little trip to capture some of Hollands beauty. I 'd like to share some with you:

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    #2 (I wonder which one you guys like best, #1 or #2?)

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    #3

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    #5 --> :wink:

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    All C&C is very welcome, like to hear what you guys think. I could upload some more if you guys like me to.
     
  2. HollandHusker

    HollandHusker TPF Noob!

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    What's up with the fact that you can't instantly see my pictures? If a moderator could change it for me please do so! :) Thanks in advance!
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Please repost and use the third line in the row (it will copy itself, that is a new feature on PHotobucket, but with their installing this automatic copy-feature, it no longer works to copy the URL and use the forum's insert-image-icon). No one can help you now, you must repost and use the third line (IMG-tags).
     
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    never mind
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That very symmetrical one of the pylon is cool!
    And the other one with the scribbling is funny :D.

    And of the first two I like the first ... so my vote went to that one.

    And that rusty beer can is also something I could find to the left and the right of all the paths I ever go ... :roll: it is really VERY rusty. Almost gone even.
     
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    Thanks for your help Corinna. Thanks for your comment. I have a hard time deciding which of the first two I like most. I do like the detail on the tree, but the inside is very interesting as well. Hope some other peeps will give their opinion about it. Have a good night!
     
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    I think #2 is better, because the focus should be (what do I know) on the most interesting part. And in the first pic the branches in the back don't seem to be that interesting. That woody thing has some nice structure. It would love to see it a tad bit lighter.

    And, as LaFoto said, #3 is a nice one. Good eye. The rest, they don't move me.





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    #3 for me. I like the way that all the segments of the photo could also work on their own. Good eye and good POV.
     
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    Theres too much in the foreground in the first for it to be out of focus; 2.

    -Will
     
  10. HollandHusker

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    Thanks you all! I think you are right William, there's a bit too much out of focus in the first. For your information, it's a willow. I think I'll get back to it and will try to get the whole picture. It's quite an interesting tree. Also thank you for the comments on the pylon, it be nice to go with a blue sky or at night, I don't think I'll get to it shortly but I will try to go there sometime!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, am I the only one who voted for Photo 1 then because of the aspect of hiding and lurking and waiting for something/someone to come by or happen in that grass or in that spot? No, the first has two votes... ;) Good then! I am not alone.

    For a photo of the bark, Photo 2 shows too little bark, I say. And the bark is too dark. And the background too busy.

    I like the feeling of being in hiding behind that bark and looking out. Who knows, a rare bird might come past and you'd get a gorgeous bird-photo like those of Sir Ray or AIRIC or so :wink: :wink: :wink: !?
     
  12. HollandHusker

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    Haha, everyone has it's own pov, I do see what you're saying. Rare birds in Holland, that would be too much luck, and please don't tease me, the bird-photos of Sir Ray and Airic are way to good for me! :D Also I might have to buy a new camera if I'd like to try something like that:p Imagine how hard it is to get everything just right, while holding my camera handheld laying on the grass underneath the pylon:p It made my new sweater very dirty, which made my mom upset :p
     

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