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Old Dec 19, 2009, 12:35 PM   #11
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wow bynx, that was a quick trip to norway to reshoot!

lol. it actually looks pretty good, a little jaggy there, but not bad, nice edit.

i feel much better seeing the entire boat and now i can feel the return of summer as was intended without being distracted.. :P
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Old Dec 19, 2009, 12:50 PM   #12
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...Hards80 made me do it.
Yeah, right - I bet he was twisting your arm pretty good....


BTW:This was outstanding Photoshop-work, Bynx! Amazing what you did here. I didn't think this was possible - but you proofed otherwise. Thanks, Bynx!
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Ho ho ho. Merry Christmas. Ya it has the jaggies because I was only working with a small file which was loaded with jaggies.
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Old Dec 19, 2009, 1:25 PM   #14
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I do have another one, you know. You could have asked, Bynx an I would have given it to you. Problem with it is that its in the Portrait-format and no so god to show here, if I want to avoid viewers to have to scroll up-and-down, because it's hight is 3648pixels!

So I had to crop and scale down to a more viewable size: It was shot 8 minutes before the first one and the colors ar a bit different.


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The dynamic range on this photo is un real! I love the "after glow" of the sun on the thin clouds on the horizon.
Thank you, Robert. This is what i like about HDR - the dynamic range increases quite a bit!



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...what a pleasure to see this beautiful summer shot after freezing my fingers off...
Glad it helped to warm your spirit!



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Wow. Drop jaw, indecent pick.
Well Ordo, I'm an idecent guy, you know! No shame at all, no shame...
Thanx!


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Old Dec 20, 2009, 1:38 PM   #16
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I do have another one, you know. You could have asked, Bynx an I would have given it to you. Problem with it is that its in the Portrait-format and no so god to show here, if I want to avoid viewers to have to scroll up-and-down, because it's hight is 3648pixels!

So I had to crop and scale down to a more viewable size: It was shot 8 minutes before the first one and the colors ar a bit different.


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this is the composition i had in mind. i like it alot.
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