Outside under a cloudy weather, or inside a hall under diffused filtered light: neat result!
Fortunately, bird fly toward the best direction, too; and 1/100 sec. worked very well!!!
Just a bit distorsion seems shaping the group of the people.
Hope to see more pics from You!
Fine yes itis my Thambar at 6.3
Thanks for comment
Your Thambar lens, isn't it?
It might have been by a stroke of luck with You, too; however, this picture worked out as TECHNICALLY PERFECT.
Even the threes which are in darkness due to beeing in back-light, let full details, or as changing colours at less, seen; so, no three sorts out as dark at all.
It is not easy to get a such happy exposure in such situation; maybe, fog helped diffusing light, yet.
Subject is great and well captured, into a prospect which leaves the observer's foot thinking to move its first step on t
What a BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL girl !
WOAW !!! I'm SURE that top of the notch Hollywood producers or Paris fashion houses would all kneel down at her feet...
Looks like it could possibly buy mine as well. Looks as though there are enough carats in it to keep bugs bunny happy for a while!
I didn't realize they made them that big! The girl in the reflection just happened to stop in front of the window just before I was about to take the picture, so I got lucky.
I can think of no suitable response. I just stood and saluted.
good light n composition but blurred image
The dominant building viewed is the 14th century Keep or Tower House, a little battered by Cromwell's cannons, but still intact. This is one of the eleven different buildings which comprise Dunnottar Castle which also includes barracks, lodgings, stables and storehouses.
At the far end of the rock is an elegant quadrangle. This is bounded on three sides by domestic buildings of the 17th century, including, for its time, one of the largest ballrooms in Scotland extending to so
Hadrian? Romans built to endure.
Excellent as usual on all three. On this, what are the other two structures? Old abbey? Just curious/
beautiful shot, great!
Very nice. Is it just the way the black works against a darker background, or is the top of the tree not as sharp as the bottom? It's hard to tell, even in the larger version. The crescent moon is a greeat accent here.
Love the tones in this one! My compliments.
I wish you could have been there! The lighting on the snowdrift was much as it appeared in the photo. Only levels and brightness were adjusted in PS, with a small amount of burning in and dodging, as in conventional printing.
Yes, great city.
I tell you though, we had horrible weather - with rain EVERY day for seven days!!!
Scotland was still a delight however.
Managed to get a few shots though when the sun broke through.
Thanks Johne. Also can just imagine the weather!!!
Sorry about late response but hadn't seen your comments
Too much tinkering could spoil the porridge.
That`s what happen here, overworked!
Flare and a vulture, I want to see what`s happening there.
Maybe some dodging on the deep shadow area and some burning on the sun?
Orange filter?Are you sure? Maybe medium yellow next time?
Wonderful job, I love this image. Interesting choice of camera body to go with this lens!
Nice. Crop top half perhaps? Might work nicely with panoramic format.
Nothing here works for me. Facial expressions, bottles, background ... none of these things work to bring the picture together.
Ruben's comments are legitimate, but the delightful expression and relaxed pose give me a strong emotional response. Those are things that you can't get with PS work afterwards ...