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AnnaBanana 13 119 1 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 8:48PM
Beautifully composed and exposed. I love the low viewpoint making the most of the foreground grasses.

Anna Smile

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inkapinka 15 10 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 8:50PM
very much like the perspective of this, well done!!
Inka
thorn 15 124 2 Scotland
3 Nov 2006 8:59PM
Hi Jon,great perspective,dof,colours/tones and presentation.Perfect.Take care.AnnSmile
Have a great weekend.
Darrenwooly 13 40 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 9:18PM
great composition, EXCELLENT sharp crisp detail, i would have this on a canvass, brilliant.

love it.
alyismad 13 9 Wales
3 Nov 2006 9:25PM
great dof every thing is good

Steve
NeilM 13 England
3 Nov 2006 9:27PM
stunning, what more can i say!!!!!

Neil
User_Removed 16 455 13 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 9:27PM
You're right. This is a big improvement and a really strong image.
pcjackso Junior Member 14 7
3 Nov 2006 9:31PM
A lovely Norfolk shot.very nice
Pauline
Glostopcat 13 255 2 England
3 Nov 2006 9:43PM
Great shot of this windmill, like the foreground detail and low viewpoint
trissie 13 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 10:05PM
A brilliant composition, lovely colours and detail.

Trish x
wyatturp 14 2 England
3 Nov 2006 10:09PM
I must take a windmill picture not one picture i have, nice one i like.

Doug
anthhope 14 1 England
3 Nov 2006 10:17PM
Very well composed and great colours.
redstag 14 100 15 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 10:36PM
Thanks for all the clicks and comments, I feel I was right to have another play with the shot!
Jon
3 Nov 2006 11:03PM
Great image Jon, colour and composition are spot on, Adrian
ericfaragh 16 149 5 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 11:18PM
Great composition, good use of the wheat field.
LisaRose 13 172 4 United States
3 Nov 2006 11:19PM
I love the angle you used on this, very nice.
Sezz 14 619 15 England
3 Nov 2006 11:29PM
I prefer this too Jon, you certainly have moved on - took me some time to find the original in your PF though Wink Well presented too!


Sez Smile
Richard707 13 14 United States
4 Nov 2006 12:41AM
I don't know what the first post looked like, but this one looks real good. The light has a nice balance from foreground to background. Cool.
rhiw_com 13 24
4 Nov 2006 4:04AM
Impeccable composition Jon, and the detail is staggering.

Rg Tony
Gecko 13 25 Australia
4 Nov 2006 7:47AM
Delighted to be the 30th. One of the best windmill shots I've seen. Pam
redstag 14 100 15 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 7:52AM
Thanks everyone. I'm delighted I played with the original now!

Which, by the way you can see here, Quixote Moment

Thanks again.
Jon
MikeH 14 217 4 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 8:39AM
A big improvement on the original Jon,much bolder. P.S is a steep learning curve but you seem to be enjoying it,
Mike
Tandberg 16 1.2k 2 England
4 Nov 2006 9:02AM
Love it all Jon!
Cracking foreground and beyond and the light and colour are good
Nice shot
Dave
redstag 14 100 15 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 9:20AM
The biggest issue seems to be to know when to leave it alone Mike! Having said that, I am picking up a lot of useful stuff from EPZ and enjoying the chance to play with my shots. This has been a particularly useful exercise, it is amazing how different a shot can become by making slightly different decisions.
Thanks all for the comments.
Jon
backbeat Plus
13 134 1 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 9:38AM
a beautifully composed shot jon, and whatever PS work you have done must be very subtle as nothing obvious shows through....just a great photograph

phil
newfocus 13 647 2 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 10:30AM
Great shot Jon. The bold use of foreground and low viewpoint really make it, and the improvement in processing over the original's worth the effort.

cheers,
John.
kinfatric 15 550 9 Scotland
4 Nov 2006 12:19PM
I like this low angle perhaps a little more blurr to the foreground as in dof may have been effective too
DiegoDesigns 13 117 6 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 6:59PM
A major improvement over the original, much 'punchier' and the tight crop suits it well. Progress indeed.

Dave
REKLAW 15 3 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 7:43PM
nice low angle,good use of the grass Jon,sets the scene well.
Ian.
User_Removed 15 825 Lithuania
11 Nov 2006 2:21PM
super depth light and colour!... cracker!
26 Feb 2007 1:30PM
Tilting at windmills! I did that in my last-but-one image.

I like this vignette darkened image.
You've converted a bright sunny day, into a finely focused and dark/bright, atmospheric work.
And the central light is there, to remind us of the season.

I must look at the original.

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