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francois

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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #20 on: March 13, 2014, 02:46:51 PM »

My favourite is the almost black image with the blurred monk in it (I guess its a monk).
Really appreciate your unusual processing of some of the images.
Definitely something original, I really enjoy that.
Cheers
~Chris

I also like the B&W with the monk, it has something mysterious and I also like the fact that the light "shines" only on the essential parts/subjects of this image. It's really an outstanding photo.
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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #21 on: March 13, 2014, 04:45:27 PM »

Chris and Francois,
I tell you again you both are too kind.
Thank You.
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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #22 on: March 13, 2014, 04:50:50 PM »

Chris and Francois,
I tell you again you both are too kind.
Thank You.

No, no - we are not kind.
Sure - you have some flaws and weaknesses in some images,
but there also is something outside of the mainstream so to say which I really find refreshing.
Just keep on learning and I am sure over time your results will become more consistent.
One could easily bash you for some judgement and postprocessing errors and frankly -
sometimes you post something crappy, but so what - that shall not let one overlook,
that there is something really adorable in your images.
I'm looking forward to what will come up next and in the future.
Cheers
~Chris

P.S.: Just as an example:
In Reply #8 You made a very interesting decision in the postprocessing of this harsh sunlight image, turning it into a surreal scene.
I like that.
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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #23 on: March 16, 2014, 05:30:36 AM »

No, no - we are not kind.
Sure - you have some flaws and weaknesses in some images,
but there also is something outside of the mainstream so to say which I really find refreshing.
Just keep on learning and I am sure over time your results will become more consistent.
One could easily bash you for some judgement and postprocessing errors and frankly -
sometimes you post something crappy, but so what - that shall not let one overlook,
that there is something really adorable in your images.
I'm looking forward to what will come up next and in the future.
Cheers
~Chris

P.S.: Just as an example:
In Reply #8 You made a very interesting decision in the postprocessing of this harsh sunlight image, turning it into a surreal scene.
I like that.

Now I am more calm :)                  ...                                             :) but not silent.
Thank You.
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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #24 on: March 16, 2014, 05:42:11 AM »

The democratization of this place meant the access of more and more people to such kind of resorts( especially for Sinaia which is at only 75 miles North from Bucharest).So the dilution of the faith was waited,in the "struggle" with the entertainment's "facilities". Against this opinion,Sinaia monastery remains over. How much time,no one knows the answer.
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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #25 on: March 16, 2014, 11:21:03 AM »

Now I am more calm :)                  ...                                             :) but not silent.
Thank You.

Don't stay silent… You have some gems among your images. I'm a fan!
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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #26 on: March 18, 2014, 04:15:34 AM »

Don't stay silent… You have some gems among your images. I'm a fan!

Gems?No,pics only,but thanks for Your opinion!Fan?I'm impressed,thanks again,but I'm not so sure I'll not disappoint You.So excuse me for future disappointments :)
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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #27 on: March 18, 2014, 05:28:00 AM »

From a distance,the winter is for me like a cup of champagne.                            Closely being,the bubbles are crows.
As I said before,I don't like the winter.

Thank You.
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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #28 on: March 18, 2014, 06:00:43 AM »

The last image, in my opinion shows one of your strengths -
highly subjective interpretations beyond the limits of the expected and common.
Well done !
Cheers
~Chris

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Re: A beam from Sinai Mountain
« Reply #29 on: March 19, 2014, 05:03:30 AM »

The last image, in my opinion shows one of your strengths -
highly subjective interpretations beyond the limits of the expected and common.
Well done !
Cheers
~Chris
I  could believe You liked it.So I could be glad and tell You "thanks". If you didn't like it I could be less glad but I would tell You the same "thanks". :)
Thank You for Your interest.
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