Discussion in 'photography, graphics & art' started by alef, Jun 11, 2005.
What does on the piss mean?
It's a couple of degrees off-level in a clockwise direction, easily corrected.
Ah you mean its wonks. I hadnt noticed
He called you a drunk!!
Is this any good?
Cropped only, I think.
I was waiting for a sunset but just took this on the way. I'm no photographer but it looks ok to me
He's not wrong
But I messed up when I tried to edit it...
Is that in Dresden?
No, it's Potsdam, Germany. It's near the capital and it has 3 major parks (at least from what I remember) full of castles and suchlike sightseeing. It is very beautiful! Worth a visit I made more photos, if you are interested let me know. I don't mind posting them. They are not as edited as this one
I've been in Potsdam. I lived in Berlin for two years 23 May 1980 - 23rd May 1982, two years to the day, it was my daughter's birthday. I only got to see Potsdam 20 odd years later, couldn't go when the wall was still up.
I quite like this, but it certainly has its problems - quite high ISO (5600) so pretty noisy, then pushed some more, and taken in misty conditions to start with. Anyway, Fountains Abbey, North Yorks.
It's potentially a nice photo, but you really need to straighten the horizon. I'd also tweak the contrast and colour balance just a touch to emphasise the area that's sunlit. And a crop to a panoramic format might help a bit as well.
Kreuzberg, Berlin 2007.
Hampi, India. 2008.
Munnar, India. 2008.
Oh my God, this is one of the best pictures I've ever seen. The place looks very intriguing!
It's worth a visit, I'd like to go back: Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden
I'm not bothered by the noise. But I'd crop it, I think there is too much on the left. I might even consider cropping it to a square format.
Lancashire Mining Museum, Astley Green Colliery
The stones at Callanish on Lewis.
Kitchen window sill.
All the pics here are really amazing to watch.
it'as a bit underexposed. This is more like it should look (although this is a 2 sec tweak and it could be much better):
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