lovely rock formations....any idea where I can get some info on the local geology?
- TallullahLilac (988)
- [2007-10-09 14:18]
I love the atmosphere you create with your beach shots, and this is another fine one. The sky has a great dof for me, lovely shot.
- linus (15482)
- [2007-10-09 15:30]
What a beautiful place. You really have a technique for fantastic beach shots. Great composition.
- jackal (9654)
- [2007-10-09 16:56]
I love the rocks in the foreground- great detail and PoV... not sure about the HDR effect, would liked to have seen the untouched one to compare
- hay_kes (65535)
- [2007-10-09 23:25]
Very beautiful scenery, vith excellent POV and perspective.TFS.
- LordPotty (0)
- [2007-10-10 0:16]
I like your composition and the colour here, but I'm not so sure about the HDR effect either. I think your usual shots look more natural.
It seems to bring in a kind of grainy, almost pixelated look that reminds me of shots I took when I had the Canon S3IS for a short while.
Somehow, I didn't like the shots I got with it as much as those I get with the Lumix.
It would be interesting to compare it with a non HDR version as Jack says.
- superaudio (4989)
- [2007-10-10 1:05]
Hi Tim, unusual colours in this photo, I like the scale of the people against the rocks too, shows how massive they are. Good depth of field too :-)
- Travelcam (10272)
- [2007-10-10 1:46]
Nice one Tim. :-)
Very impressive work you have done here, great result. You are obviously really getting into the HDR, good on you. :-)
Congrats and TFS.
- wkshelton (8594)
- [2007-10-10 4:28]
I really like the rocks in this photo excllent POV with great details well composed shot
- thegraduate (14)
- [2007-10-10 5:59]
Great pov, nice and sharp, like the rocks in the foreground,
set the scene of.
How are those people in that cave going to get back
Have a great day
- zhelach (8820)
- [2007-10-10 8:12]
What a beautiful place.
Very nice picture!
- kulimpapat (7315)
- [2007-10-10 16:33]
I like ths POV and the prespective here the only absent here is the effect, If only you can use the slow speed about 1 second maybe the water will look smooth....
- eosnut (13374)
- [2007-10-11 1:55]
It is an interesting process, seems to give perfect exposure across the entire image.
Well worth the effort.
- shelbeesmom (58278)
- [2007-10-11 8:29]
WOW Tim, you are quite talented! your pics are getting more and more intense! I love this! The rocks are with super details! Love the water! Very nice!
B-) I'll be back......
Excellent Tim. I have tried HDR but I don't know enough about Photoshop to process them there. Good POV and lovely details in the rocks. TFS,
Many thanks for your comment on ‘More Belated Birthdays’
- puffy (16653)
- [2007-10-13 14:42]
Great shot as usual... even better with your HPP, nice details of the rocks and sharpness, I also like the POV here, excellent work my friend, thanks for sharing