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Old Apr 28, 2009, 8:19 AM   #1
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I often find it fascinating to observe time passing through and around a text or image at different pacing. Wouldbe happyto read your remarks on the form, concept orwhatever : )






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Old Apr 28, 2009, 8:52 AM   #2
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I bet he understands the world better than most enlightened journalist....just from listening to the birds.

Nice emotional capture buddy :-)
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Old Apr 28, 2009, 9:49 AM   #3
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I like the capture and composition. There's a lot in the image but I think it all works well - I really like it!

However it has a very much over-processed look to it - in both sharpening and saturation. I think with those things toned down a bit, the image would be more affective.
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Old Apr 28, 2009, 1:19 PM   #4
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Its interesting how people see the same thing differently. When first looked at your photo I thought how much I liked your HDR processing. Then I read John G say how he would like it better if that processing were not done. Each to their own. Great shot though.
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Old Apr 28, 2009, 3:26 PM   #5
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eddie haskell wrote:
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I bet he understands the world better than most enlightened journalist....just from listening to the birds.

Nice emotional capture buddy :-)

hahaha! Kind of response I expect of you my friend :lol:

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Its interesting how people see the same thing differently. When first looked at your photo I thought how much I liked your HDR processing. Then I read John G say how he would like it better if that processing were not done. Each to their own. Great shot though.
Thanks for your appreciation. That's a hdr indeed! I wouldn't have the three dimensional look like a theater stage othervise.Would like to know your opinionabout the version below.

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I like the capture and composition. There's a lot in the image but I think it all works well - I really like it!

However it has a very much over-processed look to it - in both sharpening and saturation. I think with those things toned down a bit, the image would be more affective.

Thank you forthe kind feedback.Actually I had also considered the composition regarding the abundance of images, cropped, but left as it is in the end : ) A very tight cropping including the old seller, the base of the clocktower,8-10 doves, and the waiting lady might also work, though. Anyway, below is anothertakewith somewhat cooler colours.






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Old Apr 28, 2009, 4:10 PM   #6
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I like both versions. I guess I prefer the warmer colors but both are just really good. Very picturesque spot.
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Excellent composed shot my friend man feeding the pigeons i like both shots if you ask me, it's kind of weird when feeding pigeons they will eat out of your hand but any other bird they fly away scared
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nice shot
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Great image. Your way of processing always seems to amaze me. I know it is HDR "like" but you always seem to do just enough without going overboard.
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got to agree amazing detial!!
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