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ovi 12 11 1 Romania
3 Jan 2010 1:19AM
Great lighting, sharpness & colors as well as the angle.
Well done and a big WELCOME on EPZ.

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3 Jan 2010 1:35AM
Cracking image. Tones and composition are superb

Rich
DRicherby 7 269 725 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2010 2:31AM
Works very well. Welcome to ePhotozine!

The water mark is rather obtrusive, though. If anyone wants to steal your photo, they could clone it out in seconds so it's not actually buying you anything.
stenway 6 1
3 Jan 2010 2:37AM

Quote:Works very well. Welcome to ePhotozine!

The water mark is rather obtrusive, though. If anyone wants to steal your photo, they could clone it out in seconds so it's not actually buying you anything.



It was a picture i uploaded to flickr, but i can't find my original picture so i've posted this one.
LilyWren 6 7 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2010 6:37AM
Lovely shot - the sky is amazing

Melanie
3 Jan 2010 8:11AM
Great composition and good work on the light. Welcome to epz. A
3 Jan 2010 10:41AM
Excellent image - well taken

Chris
ketch 8 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
3 Jan 2010 11:25AM
Cool image - thiings I like = strong diagonal lead in to horizon, excellent coulour balances and some good contrasting textures. The image is detailes and sharp with a good dof.

Things that could be a little better IMO = caption placed within the image (clone it out if you can;t find the original) it always strikes me as strange that uploaders find it necessary to do this with an image that is just 1000 x 6oo mp's its too small to do anything with and any watermark can easily be removed anyway. The other thing perhaps to do with composition is that the image is divided midway I think this may have been a case for not rule breaking and following rule of thirds - maybe?

Excellent first upload look forwad to seeing more.

Cheers

Robert

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