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Great AiresSantos 2008-02-09 1:52

Ola Tolga,
Uma vista muito interessante da Ponte 25 de Abril.
Gosto muito do enquadramento e das sombras. As cores estao boas mas o contraste poderia estar um pouco melhor.
Um abraco Amigo
Aires

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Old 02-07-2008, 03:10 PM
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thanks, Henk, I appreciate your comment. I agree that I was lucky with the light here, it has that very special luminousity of the moment just before the storm. the donkey was an extra benefit and was standing just the way it should, perfectly silhouetted against the dark sky. I was really lucky :)

as to the yesterday's post - for me the light on that day was a difficult one. quite harsh midday sun at a pretty high alitute with fast moving clouds. I would be really happy if you had time for a WS at some point, I want to learn some magic of yours :)

thanks again and take care,
Kristine
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Old 02-07-2008, 03:23 PM
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See the WS in that image ;-)
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Old 02-07-2008, 03:26 PM
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it's pure magic, Henk... WHAT DID YOU DO?! :)
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Old 02-07-2008, 03:39 PM
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Dear Kristine,

It's called "Colour Photography", so let's bring out some colour. Push the sliders, play with light and shadow, make depth, boost the image up.
Work on the edge of what is acceptable and let the rest be a dream to people who look to it. Your original was very good in the composition, but there was no light. And light is the most important thing if you look to that one and the one you posted today....you can figure that out for yourself how much impact light can have on a landscape ;-)
If i tell you step by step what i did we are coming in to a jungle of Photoshop treatments and the language is becoming very technical.

Take care,

Henk
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