there is so much movement and action within the picture that i don't know where to look first... very bautiful colos and details.
Beautiful point of view and composition with the diagonal lines. The slightly overexposed leaves and background serve like a nimbus to the tree.
Very graphic, very interesting and very well executed. How long did you walk around until you found the perfect view? ;) And whats with the yellow line to the lower left? Had you to retouch it a little?
Why won't you tell all of us a little about the picture in the "Photographer's note" -- i am always interested in the backstory of a good photo because that enables an reader really to grasp the essence of a picture.
welcome to trek lens!
It's beautifully in its colors and composition. it looks like some kind of 80's air brush art -- and has a lot of mood!
haven't tried this ever! looks stunning, especially the warm and strong tones and the contrsty look appeals to me -- however, i like anything that's geometrical ;)
man, way too underexposed and shaky, according to the viewfinder ;)
now it's a nice idea and executed perfectly, looks like taken directly from the manual.
could use a little more sharpening but that's not the point here. i like the geometrical composition being broken up by the people on the tables.
what is the concept behind the extrude filter? i don't get -- it makes the picture more difficult to access mentally. or is *that* the concept? ;)
wow - lovely composition and colors. personally i like the contrasts (not only color-wise) between the texture of the concrete and of the polished car paint.