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viagante

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Another picture for you B/W
« on: September 23, 2007, 02:13:05 PM »

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The B/W conversion was made at the Lightroom 1.1
Taken with the K10D and smc 18-55mm 3.5/5.6 AL
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Another picture for you B/W
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2007, 03:00:39 PM »

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The B/W conversion was made at the Lightroom 1.1
Taken with the K10D and smc 18-55mm 3.5/5.6 AL
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These images make me smile.

First image: Fantastic Sky.  Great textures on rocks.  Not enough separation between subject (rock) and foreground.  You might try some local contrast enhancement.

Second image:  Love the contrast between stone and flower.  Great textures.  This is a nice pattern piece.  Again, some local contrast enhancement on the rocks may help a bit to make them jump off the page a bit more.  

Where are the images taken?
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I carry an M43 ILC, a couple of good lenses, and a tripod.

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Another picture for you B/W
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2007, 07:10:15 AM »

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These images make me smile.

First image: Fantastic Sky.  Great textures on rocks.  Not enough separation between subject (rock) and foreground.  You might try some local contrast enhancement.

Second image:  Love the contrast between stone and flower.  Great textures.  This is a nice pattern piece.  Again, some local contrast enhancement on the rocks may help a bit to make them jump off the page a bit more. 

Where are the images taken?
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Thank you for the comments, this is the best way of learning.
The pictures are from Portugal, in a beautiful place call "Serra da Freita". The majority of my pictures are from there. It's near my home and I just keep going and going.

Once again thanks.

P.S. You can check other pictures at [a href=\"http://viagantenatura.blogspot.com]Viagante Natura[/url]
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