St. Donat - Croatian heritage - Zadar

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ajacoub, Jul 23, 2003.

  1. ajacoub

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    Looks like the evil people are not letting all your fans view your material. Too many views. :cry: Oh well. I will try again in a day or so.
     
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    i really hope the link will work now

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    Alright! Awesome photo. Seems like maybe the foreground is a tad underexposed because of the sky. But doesnt really detract from the incredible building. :bounce: more more more
     
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    yeah, if I had filter then :cry:
     
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    If its possible i would shoot it again, morning or sunset and try it with a polarizer during midday . Your sky is washed out, and the building is a little dark with uneeded foreground. It could be a really cool shot.

    Is it European?
     
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    Great shot but gotta agree that it would be better with a darker sky and lighter foreground, now it's your job to figure out how to do it!
    BTW, isn't Croatia just North of the USA and slightly South of Canada?
     

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