Ruins of Palenque my first steps with my camera.

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  1. ikyut

    ikyut TPF Noob!

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    Some Photos from Palenque in México. This ruins are wonderful. It`s a mix between nature and architecture, ahh, with 37 degrees celcius, some water please.
    Hope you like it.
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    Good work. Especially for your first try :) I like the last one best. Are you using film or digital?
     
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    Digital, in that moment all the camera was in auto, and i was using the lowest resolution (1 megapixel).

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  4. MDowdey

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    did you ever get out of the car? just kidding!! I love the pictures, nice work!


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  5. ikyut

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    :D i will prepare some no car photos, next time. thanks to everyone about the feeback.
     
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    I like the 1st and the 4th the best because of the blue sky and the green grass with the ruins inbetween.
     
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    The fourth one is definitely the best. the angle gives great depth and allows the viewer to really appreciated and experience the ruins.

    The ruins themselves are very cool, you did a good job trying to capture them.
     
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    I'm not impressed!!!!

    Hmmmm ... welll ... maybe I should qualify that statement. :D You see, I spent two weeks working in Tabasco and Chiapas, in towns (e.g. Villahermosa) that were within an hour of Palenque. Everyone said "You must go to Palenque", but those very people who were saying that were the same ones who wanted me to get the work done! In the end, I had exactly ZERO free days the whole time I was there, and never got to experience Palenque. :x Therefore, my first statement was simply made out of jealousy. :wink:

    I like the 4th and 5th pictures. Oddly enough though, it's the one of the river that takes me back there and I get the feeling you know what I mean.

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    Check this out, hope you like it.

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    Very hard to climb, but i like this one, i had to photoshoped to take some guys out of the photo.
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    See you. ikyut
     
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    I really like the third shot. The whole overveiw shot is amazing.

    Nice Job :D
     
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    The pics of the ruins are heavenly. Welcome to the forum, and please lets see more pictures of your world!

    Thanks,
     
  12. liquidflight

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    Hi Ikyut, neat name! I like these pics, sure wish I could visit there. I'd love to see those ruins. Also, completely off topic, your avatar is awesome!
    -Alicia
     

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