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Old Mar 24, 2011, 4:17 AM   #11
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Indeed very nice and interesting pictures (especially the people shots).

Although I have the feeling that the first one is a bit better when contrast is put a little higher like this. But thats just my opinion

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Old Mar 24, 2011, 8:04 AM   #12
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Great shots Dyane. Really impressed with the portraits. I like all the different layers of the last portrait shot. Land then water, back to land then the line of trees, great.

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Dyane, c'est pas mal du tout !

T'as du talent...continue comme ça !
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Oh what a lovely place. This looks a bit like a fairytale castle. So my favorite is the # 1 The portrait pictures are also great, especially # 2 and # 5 Thanks for sharing, nice series
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Dyane,

very nice and impressive shots.
I like it much, especially #1 from the first and #2 from the second series.
Maybe if you had used a circular polarizer the first shot has a little bit more brilliance due to the reduction of flare caused by the lightly foggy weather conditions at the coast.

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Hi Rafal and thanks for having a go at fixing this shot up for me. I must admit I was not too please with my result, but you have done a really fab job of it. I just had to get the blossom tree in as it is the only tree on the entire road out to the Mont.
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Indeed very nice and interesting pictures (especially the people shots).

Although I have the feeling that the first one is a bit better when contrast is put a little higher like this. But thats just my opinion

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Contrast a bit higher:

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Hi Everyone and a big, huge CHEERS, THANK YOU for all your lovely comments, encouragement and priase.
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Merçi Marawder, et ta reponse en bas me fais plaisir. à beintot - Dyane
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I like 2nd from 1st series, the structure and scaling are captured well
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