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Old Mar 16, 2008, 7:20 PM   #11
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Here'sa 'four-shot' HDR anda 'four- shot' stitchwork from my balcony...

Just lazy to make a 16 shot HDR stitchwork :-)

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Great, bahadir. Both of them. To me this is like Pieter Brueghel (the elder) in the twentyfirst century. The detail suddenly becomes very, very important. Brueghel obviously wanted to tell something.

I think these two pictures want to do so too

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Great, bahadir. Both of them. To me this is like Pieter Brueghel (the elder) in the twentyfirst century. The detail suddenly becomes very, very important. Brueghel obviously wanted to tell something.

I think these two pictures want to do so too

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Oh, I'm humbled by your kindwords comparing my pictures to those of Pieter Bruegel whose' Tower of Babel' served asthe wallpaperto my computer for a long time : )As a great representative of the Northern artists,his paintingsretain manymerits, one of which, as you pointed out: 'fine details' especially striking in his predecessor Jan Van Eyck, inventor of oil painting!


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Still, not sure if you mightlike the uncropped version more:


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Nicely done in PP, rich colour.....fine effort by alex james as well.....................musket.
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Old Mar 17, 2008, 4:03 PM   #14
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Musket,I'mquite pleasedto readyour incentive feedback

Actually, Iam lucky to have shot the pictureswhen the sun smiled through the clouds for a while enlivening the colours as with everthing else!...btw, thanks to Alex for the effort once again: )
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Very nice job on these. The exposure seems right on along with the colors.I studied them for awhile, just looking out over the scene,almost like being there.
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Very nice job on these. The exposure seems right on along with the colors.I studied them for awhile, just looking out over the scene,almost like being there.
Thanks for letting me know yourimpression. Oh, 'almost being there' is what makes me feel relieved most when observing an image : )
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Very nice shots my friend, colors really stand out
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Old Mar 21, 2008, 8:25 PM   #18
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Very nice shots my friend, colors really stand out
Hey, greatto hear from youagain, arkadaş : ) Τι κάνεις;
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Nice view from your balcony. Wery nice colors greatHDR and stitching.

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Old Mar 23, 2008, 10:06 AM   #20
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Nice view from your balcony. Wery nice colors greatHDR and stitching.

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Happy to read yourkind wordsabout both the HDR and the stitching, my friend! As spring has sprung,I'll be more exploitingmy favouritepart of the house:-)
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