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  1. rangerman

    rangerman TPF Noob!

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    Golden hour is the time where the morning sun gives beautiful radiant lightings. I'm not a morning person, so for me, evening sun (which is included in the golden hour) makes more sense.

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    4) a long (pano) :hug::.
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    1) colors are very interesting. :thumbup:
    2) i dunno if I like the glaring sun or not..it kinda looks like a nuke went off and the world is about to end.
    3) seems a little over processed. wat PP was done here?
    4) pano isn't bad. seems a bit over saturated for my taste.
     
  4. Forest Power Ranger

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    Oh I really like the last one with the birds!
     
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    I like #4, but the border is ridiculous.
     
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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Bump
     
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    There are some very strong elements in #2. Unfortunately for me, there are more elements that distract to make this composition a whole. It is more a feeling than an observation. Apologies on being so vague.
     
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    2# is very interesting. and 4# LOL what is with the 2000 geocities border? :)
     
  9. rangerman

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    Thank you to all commentors, :hug::(It's not easy to copy and paste all the namesm bear with me on this one, i am lazy this early morning.)>

    Bitter Jeweler : thanks for the bump.



    Looking back, the borders were ridiculous, this was done at a time I was fascinated with borders of every sizes and shapes.

    kundalini and dak1b : when I took this shot, I have not learnt to power of ND grad filters. So I had to rely on camera settings alone and hence the "nuke" (as said by dak1b) , I wanted to show the fisherman as well.

    I cannot remember the PP done on no.3 with the birds, should be curves, level etc, and some filters.
     
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    5)Is this distracting? :hug::[​IMG]
     
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    all comments welcome[​IMG]
     
  12. benlonghair

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    This last one is where it's at. I really like it. I also like the third one with the birds, but it seems seriously over-processed. Is it an HDR or something?
     

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