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Old Feb 26, 2007, 4:36 PM   #11
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I liked the texture of the bare mountain side against the green of vegetation in foreground.
Howso thoughtful afeedback ac/smith ! Thank you..

Wind and rain beat down on one so strong
They cut but never change, what stood so long
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Love the first shot Bahadur . I like the way the foreground seeps into a transition of snow covered hills. Reminds me of some of our local mountain terrain...cheers.......Don
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It's always been delightful to read your comments, Don Actually, regardless ofplace and time, mountains have their own language whose charm we mortalsattended with awe!
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Old Mar 1, 2007, 12:18 AM   #14
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Beautiful shot, Bahadir! Did you use HDR blending at all?




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Old Mar 2, 2007, 10:01 AM   #15
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Beautiful shot, Bahadir! Did you use HDR blending at all?



So nice to receive a compliment from a master-of-mountains! I did not use HDR blending inany ofthese three stitch works. Actually, I haven't used that technique in any of my shots so far; ) Just my good old Powershot S70 and afterwards some routine job at PS...
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Hi Bahadir, this is a wonderful location, and your have done an excellent job with your composition, the light on the mountain is perfect!

I hope you dont mind but i have tweaked the levels and contrast in order to lift the foreground a little. Plese let me know what you think.

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Old Mar 3, 2007, 11:53 AM   #17
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Well, I'm not in a position to mind someone's editing my pictures,I think:G

Remember your earlier postYellow Flowers? ; ) A selective job (using the lasso tool)for the vegetation at the foreground would be evenbetter so as not tocause themountain, which is the main subject, look paler and therefore lose its impact, IMO. Go ahead mate:-)
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lol, your memory serves you well Bahadir. I certainly need the practice with PS editing, so i will take on board your comments and post the finished result. It really is a pleasure getting to tinker with such a great image!
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lol, your memory serves you well Bahadir.
Well, at least, at my favourite subjects; )
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It really is a pleasure getting to tinker with such a great image!
Oh, I'll especially appreciate this part :G

As someone who share your pleasurequite frankly, I often rememberan expressionsuggestingthatplaying aroundwith the image of something beautiful wouldbe raising the pain inside rather than easing it, contrary to the expectancy of the performer...

Anyway,justcarry onmy friend!
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It's good that we viewers, and people in general, enjoy different things or the world would be boring. The second shot is appealing to me because I'd like to walk downhill on that slope near the center of the picture--very inviting.
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