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Old Dec 24, 2010, 12:14 AM   #1
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Default some photos of beautiful N.Z.

Just quickly fixed theese babys up yesterday. Cant wait untill I get home and can do them on a big nice monitor. What do you guys think? =)

I like them quite much myself. But everything can be better =)
Merry christmas everybody!
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Old Dec 24, 2010, 12:16 AM   #2
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I really got sooo many beautiful pics in the computer that I want to fix and show. I'm so exctited.. Haha. Like a child on christmas eve. There will be alot more photos from me later on when I get back home guys. Merry christmas once again!!

Sorry, had to post some more =)
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Old Dec 24, 2010, 12:39 AM   #3
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you said you had some beautiful pictures ..... i have to agree these are stunning the chapel being my favourite follewd by the first of your second bunch but honestly all are real good thanks for sharing n.z is definatly on my destination list if i ever come into some money
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Old Dec 24, 2010, 1:40 AM   #4
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Some good photos here, Istvan!

You're definitely improving. Gratulalok (congratulations). NZ is a beautiful part of the world.

I don't know if you've read this section's:
Photo Critiques Guidelines - PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING

... so be aware that in this photo critique section of Steve's forums, you should only post 1 photo per thread - as this section is to critique one photo at a time.

So next time, please post in other forums where appropriate (e.g. landscape, wildlife, close-up, etc).

I particularly like the 2nd photo (of the church building setting) - I would have composed or cropped it slightly differently though, and the last one is also pleasing to my eyes.

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Very nice nice compositions!
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I envy your ability, You are an amazing photography. These are so beautiful! Good Job
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Well done. My favorite also is the chapel.
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Once again my friend you have posted some very nice photography! I really like the #3 blue scene in the first set, but like them all very much. Thanks for the early x-mas gift of these pics Frank
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Very nice. I really like the second pic.
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Well thank you very much guys, reading these comments was the best (late) christmas present. Cause I really want to grow as a photographer =)

Paul, Köszönöm szepen (thanks) I actually read the rules, and I know that I was breaking them. But had a really short time on the internet, and wanted critiiques on the photos. But next time I'm gonna do as you suggested. How would you cropped the church pic? As it is also one of my favourites. Now when I look at it again, I think it would look great if i cropped some of the forground away..

Once more, thanks alot guys!
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