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Old Dec 26, 2010, 3:57 AM   #11
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Since I already broke the rules of posting more photos then 1, I thought that I might aswell post some more, and maybe a kind moderator could move this if they like to the landscape section maybe?
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Old Dec 26, 2010, 8:17 PM   #12
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Szivesen (with pleasure) Istvan

Regarding the church photo, it's hard for me to work with it given there is only one image and it's a small web size. However to me there are a few things: the foreground grass clumps are a bit awkwardly placed / positioned, and the church has too much space to the left of it. So in my opinion a better composition might be achieved with a slightly closer crop in from the right, and a bit less sky (but I can't do anything with the foreground at this perspective). I might have gone forward over the grass clumps, still attempting to have the path in.

I do like the upward sloping mountain at the right, so I might have adjusted my position as photographer to be to the left a bit more (to still retain that), and still trying to maintain the vanishing point of the most distant mountains at the end of the body of water. In my crop you can see that I've chopped off some right mountain background.

Many of my friends have been to New Zealand, and have come back with stunning photos. So you've also done well. Despite my subjective thoughts for improvements, it's still a good photo.

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Old Dec 28, 2010, 5:06 PM   #13
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Hi Istvan, Man these are Superfantastico! what a great job.
1 and 2 are my faves, They are just fantastico. What a super series. love it. Your doing brilliantly. I,m off to look at all your old posts I,ve missed out on. Hope your enjoying the traveling.
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Old Dec 29, 2010, 3:10 AM   #14
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Paul, thanks for that. And thanks for the tips! =)

Condorman, well thank you Mark, very glad to hear that, hope you like some of my other work aswell =)
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Old Mar 6, 2011, 4:23 PM   #15
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Istvan - a truely stunning series of pics - you have done justice to my wonderful country. Have you been to a traditional Hungi yet???
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Well done Istvan, you have captured some iconic scenery in NZ. Hope you enjoyed your holiday and look forward to more postings.
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