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Old Mar 3, 2011, 8:52 AM   #1
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Default Hiking in Winterberg Germany with FZ35

First of my series that I did PP more than just B&W. Maybe I over did it on some shots, if so, please say so.
















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Old Mar 3, 2011, 9:14 AM   #2
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They all look good Rafal-

I would have taken the #1 photo a bit darker. Nice work.

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RafalwW– Looks like a nice place to take a hike. Very nice series of pictures. As far as being over PP, I think from my eyes #1 is a little over PP. The moss appears a little unnatural and the tree branches are a little too sharp. Just my opinion, everyone sees things different.

#3 is my favorite. I like how the roads takes me right into the valley of the mountains.

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Rafal, nice shots from a place not far away from the town where I live ;-)
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Very nice scenic shots. But some of the green parts have a strange yellow tint, most noticeable in 1 and 2.
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Thanks for the critics. I also find 1 and 2 a little to colorful. But I know how the originals looked like so its hard to be objective (they are a much grayer and less colorful). Next time they will be closer to perfect thank to you guys
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What stunning scenery you have around you. Nice series and my comments are the same as the others re: the colouring in some of the shots. Like the b&w shot a lot. I would have changed the composition/angle in a couple of shots 4&2.
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Looks like a lovely place to hike and photograph. I agree with the PP - but that's why you post of this forum - to get feedback. Keep snapping.
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I really like all of these. PP is worth experimenting with - keep going, and let us know what you learn
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Oh I like this series, especially # 5, with the lone swing, waiting for the summer and playing children
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