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Jestertheclown's Activity

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Dublin City Marathon

Dublin City Marathon by ladigit

Good advice above and nothing to add.
Normally, I'd agree with Paul's view that a shot from the front would be preferable but in a rather quirky way, I rather like this.
I think it works well.
Bren.

Display

Display by AlwaysAl

I'm guessing that this is a quite severe crop from a much larger original?

My labrador in thoughts

My labrador in thoughts by Ark_Sell


Quote: I believe you can apply invisible watermarks, which work far better, and don't spoil the picture.

You can . . .

Nikki at Brighton

Nikki at Brighton by Dixxipix

The symmetry here's almost spot on but you've chopped off the top of "The Birdcage," as it's known locally.
There's a fair amount of unnecessary "stuff" to either side too.
I think you'd have done better to present this as an 8X10 portrait to address the above.
Otherwise, it's hard to offer much of an opinion on a shot at this size but on a positive note, I rather like the processing and resultant colours.
Hope this helps.
Bren.

Quadcopter II

Quadcopter II by strokebloke

I'd be afraid to use it!

State of the Art Model Aero Flying

State of the Art Model Aero Flying by strokebloke

That's quite impressive Jack.

Presumably, it can also be flown via. radio control by an operator?

Cheers!!

Cheers!! by Jat_Riski

If anyone ever served me a pint with a head like that, they'd get it straight back!

Old enemies

Old enemies by JackC


Quote: A Hurricane with an ME109 on it's tail.

Sort of.
That's actually a "Buchon."
It's a Bf.109 (they stopped being Me. 109s early on in the war) airframe, ironically, fitted with a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine.
They were built under licence in Spain after WW2.

Old School Ford Pop

Old School Ford Pop by ahughes3

There would appear to be artefacts all over the door, or is it a reflection of something?
Also, you really needed to get rid of those telegraph wires and the top of their pole.
I'd like to see the non-manipulated, original version of this.

Dragon Rapide

Dragon Rapide by Les_Cornwell

Not sure what manipulation's been carried out here, although I think I can probably guess!
Regardless, it's a striking image.
Personally, I'd be inclined to crop a bit from the bottom, losing the treetops and so on and concentrating on the sky.
As an aside, I've flown in one of these. It was erm, interesting, to say the least!

Rain due

Rain due by Dairtreephoto

Spot metering?

A Pair of Provosts

A Pair of Provosts by brian1208

I've got a collection of skies, many from several cameras ago.

Whenever I use one as you've done here, as a background, it automatically becomes the bottom layer and regardless of what I place on top of it, Photoshop, CS6, in my case, always identifies the finished result, as that original image.

Hope this helps.

Bren.

Teignmouth back beach, Devon.

Teignmouth back beach, Devon. by LouiseTopp

Hi Louise,
This is one of those shots that will probably create a different opinion from everyone that offers critique upon it and I'm not about to become the first!
As for the afterlife being something like this; I could also quite happily settle for it.
Cheers,
Bren.

Bi Plane

Bi Plane by gwynn56

A De Havilland Tiger Moth.

T Bucket

T Bucket by xleex

I've been looking at these car and bike shots and some of the vehicles are pretty impressive.
Sadly though, I'm not a fan of the processing; I'm assuming it's HDR?
I'd really like to see the originals.

Bren.

German Mono wing aircraft

German Mono wing aircraft by ugly

Me. (Later Bf.) 108. "Taifun."

Reconnaissance/transport light aircraft.

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