Land and Waterscapes

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by John E., Sep 6, 2005.

  1. John E.

    John E. TPF Noob!

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    Sorry about the blown out gulls, but I thought the land, sky and water was more important.
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    oh, john...all of these are great, but the third one is just magnificent...i love the black and white and the waves....your just awesome.

    if it was mine, i would so frame the black and white....big time !!
     
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    I love them, especially the third shot! Great stuff.
     
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    John #1 is best of the lot easily. I love it ..... #3 is second on my list.

    that is not to say #2 & #4 are no good .. they are ... I like them all ..
     
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    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    #1 and #3 are really nice.
     
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    John they are all great, we are getting used to your high standards. Number three just kicks butt. Great shot.
     
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    Awesome shots John, I was thinking this past weekend, if only i could rent you eye for a day and learn!

    I like #1, but i would be cloning out those gulls in a hurry!
     
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    what's going on around here? you guys kicked me off train and headed to higher ground! it's impossible to keep up with this quality of work.

    awesome work sir! i'm with aprilraven on the b&w...magnificent.
     
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    Great work, Now #3 is a masterpiece!
     
  10. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Odd one out here: I love Photo 4 :).

    I do appreciate the qualities of Photo 3, I really do. But my personal favourite will remain the last because of the path leading to where we would need to explore, but where it is definitely going to be beautiful, too, because of the lovely evening light, the flowers (that over here all have developed a fluffiness as if cotton wool were growing on them) and all in all the "promise" that is in it, one of a quiet, warm late summer evening.
     
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    Thank you so much for the feedback!

    Raymond your eye just keeps getting better and better.. I thought about playing with the gulls, but I am just to lazy and there are way to many :crazy:

    I'd say you were the engineer JonMikal :)

    Lafoto I almost did not include the last one, but I did like the path and the light on opposite ends of the photo and underexposed in the centre which kind of made it unusual. I so like light extremes in a picture.
     
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    Im with LaFoto. #4 is my favourite out of this series. Although I really like the 3rd and the others are good too.
     

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