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Old Dec 10, 2006, 6:48 PM   #1
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As you may remember, I posted a verticalcapture ofalmost the sameview earlier.Ah, even a little adjustment on the exposure can make a pleasing difference Powershot S70 ; Av:4.5 ; Tv:1/200 @Iso:50
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Old Dec 10, 2006, 7:03 PM   #2
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Very nice! It looks as if a storm is heading your way.

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I love the photo but a slight adjustment to the levels could benefit the shot. I hope you don't mind I made a couple of adjustments.

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Old Dec 11, 2006, 1:58 AM   #4
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Beautiful does not necessarily be usefulalso, does it Fortunately we don't face big storms around here, as a cost. Thank you for your appreciation, Bob. Btw, I should say youactually have the 'Indiana Jones' looks in your new avatar which is

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Dear Bill, I think the objective of your editwas tomake things more visible, whichis a positive thing of course, and whichalso seems to have been achievedhere. I simply applied some unti-noise adjustment on your edit. Hope it has worked
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Bahadir, the purpose of my edit was to bring forth the true beauty of your capture. In transforming the dark areas into areas of beauty and distinction only serve to give the already fabulous photo more depth and beauty.

Very nice edit for the mediteranian man. I did not perform a noise reduction. As we all know the adjustments to the photos are SO restricted in here and do not do a photo justice at full resolution.

I was surprised to see the rocks appear in the lower right hand corner but what a nice balancing surprise.

Take care my friend,

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Old Dec 11, 2006, 3:55 AM   #6
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Bahadir, the purpose of my edit was to bring forth the true beauty of your capture. In transforming the dark areas into areas of beauty and distinction only serve to give the already fabulous photo more depth and beauty.
You made my day,friend! How sweet a compliment...Thanks from the Aegean
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Love the "unsettled" look of the clouds...they look as if they are gearing up for some turbulent weather. Donna
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Old Dec 11, 2006, 2:16 PM   #8
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Donna, youseem to knowhow to read

what's written in the sky and the wind...

Thank you forthe inspirational feedback !
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Old Dec 11, 2006, 7:30 PM   #9
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Very nice, Bahadir ... The red flicker on the tower of clouds looks as if there is a furnace of meteorological malintent within.

Itis a very 'different' sky picture ... the personality of the sky is definitley very 'willful'.

Thanks for sharing


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I think the original is the best. But I am fond of dark and silhouette; I think it's very dramatic. In this case, I think the lightening up still created a lovely capture, but the original portrays a much greater sense of forboding and drama and IMO makes it much more interesting. I don't always want to see every detail; so often the feeling that an image can convey is more important to me.

Having said that, I do love all three for different reasons. And I"m learning as I look at the edits and see what has been done.

THanks all for the lessons!
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