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starstriders 12 1.6k United Kingdom
15 Aug 2005 4:56AM
Great shot, lovely colour saturation. It really emphasises the mood and the warmth of the scene. Strong composition also. A major note though is that your horizon is rather wonky!

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tull 13 181 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2005 5:01AM
Beautiful colours.

Mark.
BarbaraB 11 53 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2005 5:07AM
Like it very much!
conrad 12 10.9k 116
15 Aug 2005 5:10AM
No sirtaki, eh? Oh well, why not! Wink

Love the romantic mood and the warm colours, as well as the beautiful background. Horizon remark is justified, but it doesn't alter the fact that I really like this image.

Conrad
snowman 12 391 England
15 Aug 2005 5:24AM
Very nice indeed, I agree with all above comments.
Hugo 11 649 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2005 5:42AM
Love the colours, perhaps I'd try and turn the couple in to a silhouette though? Or not?
silverwolf 15 7 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2005 5:43AM
Excellent shot
MoWiz 11 114 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2005 5:54AM
fantastic!
Mo
mwatkins9801 12 190
15 Aug 2005 6:34AM
i really like this. may have been much better with a fill flash though (or simulated, as it looks like a filter or tone layer was used in this)

for the horizon- absolutely. you should always make horizontal fix one of the first steps in your post-processing workflow. agree, it doesn't detract much from this shot but still stands out for the super critical viewers.
TeresaH 11 1.1k United Kingdom
15 Aug 2005 6:51AM
Apart from the horizon, this is great.
claret 12 49 England
15 Aug 2005 6:56AM
Nice looking shot.
Iain
panda 12 5 1 England
15 Aug 2005 7:03AM
Agree horizon a bit disconcerting, but like the colours and figures in virtual silhouette.

Phil
15 Aug 2005 8:22AM
horizon disconcerting has been bugging me for quite a long time, How good will it be if there is a grid lines on EOS view finder for us as guiline.
C_Daniels 11 399 10 England
15 Aug 2005 8:42AM
Passionate composition - colours go well!
firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
15 Aug 2005 8:51AM
great composition and tones
dutch01 12 58 England
15 Aug 2005 11:17AM
Excellent, great colour, good back drop.
mwatkins9801 12 190
15 Aug 2005 6:04PM
there is. i saw a device that can be affixed to he mirror (by a shop) that has the grid lines. not very expensive too. i was searching for the old school split prism to assist in manual focus because my eyesight is so bad without glasses.
plugin 12 1 Canada
30 Sep 2005 8:52AM
I really like this one.. the colours and the subject.
Jim

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