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  1. spako

    spako TPF Noob!

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    a few shots I took on my Switzerland ski-trip...

    any comment would be welcome :)

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    MG TF 135 TPF Noob!

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    #3 is a twist of typical holiday photo. Imagine the foreground being a beach promenade and the seats looking out to a beaufiful calm sea. Maybe its just me thinking too much in to this shot!!

    Good work.
     
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    I like em all, especially that third one. Those vivid colors in the middle of all that white gives it a great effect
     
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    I prefer the third over the first.
    A very good composition and exposure.
     
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    The first makes me think that it is the SUN that blows up that wind sock!
    Composition and colours (mostly so that splash or red) are fascinating.
    So are the two empty chairs in Photo 3. But I tend to like Photo 1 more for the very good exposure (a bright sun like that, I mean......!!!) You have a polariser, I assume?

    And exposure is also perfect in Photo 2. To get the snow and the ski trails and the little bumps and their shadows so right is --- good!!!

    Beautiful as the sunset photos are, they pale a little and maybe had better been placed in a thread of their own?
     

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