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saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
29 Sep 2010 1:15PM
Excellent work,well done.

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Richsr 10 91 223 England
29 Sep 2010 1:16PM
Like the framing and processing in this one chant.
Regards Richard
chant 9 9 France
29 Sep 2010 1:18PM
Thanks both, much appreciated.
Briwooly 12 452 5 England
29 Sep 2010 1:21PM
Superb great work

DSV 10 2 Denmark
29 Sep 2010 1:21PM
All i can say is that: i love it Wink
FredF 11 1 France
29 Sep 2010 1:22PM
superb work.

jackitec 9 16 Spain
29 Sep 2010 1:29PM
Rather nice,

DaveU Plus
11 1.4k 125 England
29 Sep 2010 1:30PM
Not for me I'm afraid. It's a lovely scene and beautifully framed by the branches but somewhat spoiled by the heavy processing. He says, running for shelter.
chant 9 9 France
29 Sep 2010 1:46PM
Thanks all. Even you Dave! Wink

Seriously though, it wouldn't be right if we all liked the same things, would it? Life would be as dull as dishwater.
Coast 9 1.6k 292 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2010 1:54PM
Well composed and attractive scene. "Overprocessed"? That depends on your point of view I guess - certainly as an architectural record it would be overprocessed as the colours have an unnaturally oversaturated feel.

I think it has a lovely painterly quality and would be interested to see how it printed up to a size suitable for wall display.

Well observed and captured and although the treatment may not suit all I think this is an attractive image.

chant 9 9 France
29 Sep 2010 2:22PM
Hi Paul, cheers for that. I agree completely that as an architectural record, it misses by miles. I agree thet the processing isn't to everyone's tastes, and I respect Dave's opinion as I respect everyone else's. as far as printing goes, as this was shot in raw, then tweaked using Photomatix and then PS, it's been saved as both TIFF and PSD files, so there needn't be an appreciable loss of quality up to poster size. All the data's there, and I could always tweak some more to get the desired quality for printing at large formats.
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
29 Sep 2010 3:19PM
A very attractively composed shot, well framed and i have to say that I do quite like the processing applied.
Kenfromsot 9 57 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2010 3:24PM
Yep, I like the treatment too.

29 Sep 2010 4:15PM
Great treatment.

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