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Old Mar 19, 2010, 9:23 PM   #21
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Keep this thread on topic. As I have stated many times, people's personal threads are not to be used to champion your own misguided biases towards or against HDR.
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Old Mar 20, 2010, 4:38 AM   #22
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I don’t think there’s anything which requires less justification than sharing a mate’s exaltation in each of his photograph and text that follows, reminding me the famous exclamation ‘I’ve seized the light, I’ve arrested its flight’ by Daguerre, especially if you know him since his appearance in the forums, and especially in the HDR forum which existed recently among other long established forums thanks to the effort of the skillful and diligent mates in this technique. So, I’m not going to put any bitter words for the third parties to upset the exaltation that shines here.

Ps. not to be taken as response to Hard’s reminder above.

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Old Mar 20, 2010, 7:02 AM   #23
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Why is it that I get the impression that you've decided to go "fishing?"

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Old Mar 20, 2010, 9:30 AM   #24
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As always... AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old Mar 20, 2010, 5:10 PM   #25
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anyways. back to the op. I really love this series walter.

the compositions are gorgeous, the colors are great, just some lovely winter scenes.

the first time through i really liked #2 and #3, but then, the clarity and colors and better white points really make me appreciate #5. so anyways, they are all good, i looked at it many times. lovely country you have there, and we are fortunate to have you capturing it for us.
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....a good training for the eye to help the ones to have their eyes REALLY 'see' in their next outing...

While I never thought along those lines myself, it is a nice thought that maybe it just could work that way? Nothing would be a better reward.
And I thank you for your well-founded and as always, well analized, comments! :-)


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...especially if you know him since his appearance in the forums, ....
Hello bahadir! :-)

Yes I can still remember, as a "rookie" appearing in this forum - when you as first commenter in my thread, encourage me and helped me in my struggle to get some more "tweek" in my pale and tame, contrastless pictures, posted almost right out of the camera.

Little did I know then that digital photos always need som pp.

Again, I thank you for your patience then, and for your kind comments now!
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As always... AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you, Edufloyd, for your ever so kind words. I am glad you liked them!
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...lovely country you have there, and we are fortunate to have you capturing it for us.

Thank's for you positive comments on this series, Dustin!

- about Norway and ever so many winter-scenes from my camera. We do have a rather long winter-season (almost 6 moths)here up north, so naturally - many of my posts will be from this season. I think of it many times, when I post yet another snow-scene - Viewers here at Steve's must by now be fed-up with ice, snow and cold landscapes shot by relentless Walter?

I try to vary them as much as possible, but my traveling-radius is at times rather limitd, so many of the scenes within walking-distance are from places i have photographed befor.


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Thank's for you positive comments on this series, Dustin!

- about Norway and ever so many winter-scenes from my camera. We do have a rather long winter-season (almost 6 moths)here up north, so naturally - many of my posts will be from this season. I think of it many times, when I post yet another snow-scene - Viewers here at Steve's must by now be fed-up with ice, snow and cold landscapes shot by relentless Walter?

I try to vary them as much as possible, but my traveling-radius is at times rather limitd, so many of the scenes within walking-distance are from places i have photographed befor.


You have a wonderful eye for an image Walter. Every scene has a million possibilities. Even the images of this thread, are the "same" scene - And yet they all stand on their own as individual photographs.

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Lovely work, Walter. And now I've got to get that lens, too.
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