The crossing of a train by kato (11630)
klapek (104) 2012-06-04 12:23
It's yet another of your photos that makes me smile. What it lacks in technical aspects, it more than compensates for by catching just the right moment in time and showing something interesting. Many of us seem to forget that photography is not about a race for the "perfect pixels", but a way to tell stories. Your photos do exactly that - tell stories and one can clearly see that there is always thought and wisdom behind them.
Road to kidd by Simon_Rumford (136)
klapek (104) 2012-06-03 6:58
Great shot! I like it how the low sun paints the peeks orange-yellow and how the tone corresponds to that of the lines. It's been ages since I last took a photo from this frog-like perspective. Thanks for reminding me of it. :)
Shining Through... by manny (21833)
klapek (104) 2012-05-30 13:11
Wow! This is a stunningly beautiful and at the same time somehow intimate picture. I especially like it how the light outlines her contours. The sepia-like post-processing is spot on. One thing I don't like about it is the Moiré pattern on the veil near her eye.
Another view of Mrauk U (1200th). by emka (75107)
klapek (104) 2012-05-07 13:07
To zdjęcie ma w sobie jakąś magię, myślę, że za sprawą świetnie dobranej pory dnia. Panoramiczny kadr, który nigdy łatwy nie jest, ładnie zagrał z pasmami mgły unoszącymi się nad dolinkami.
Pozdrawiam i życzę kolejnych wojaży,
Madrid in blue by JFS (32459)
klapek (104) 2012-05-07 12:52
I like it how you broke the cold, geometric composition with a human touch. The only thing I would change in this photo would be the vertical stripe between the guys legs which is noticeably brighter than the surrounding floor.
LIGHT THROUGH THE TREES by batalay (35061)
klapek (104) 2012-05-06 7:30
In my opinion this photo is a great example of how relatively simple means (a row of trees and some mist in the air) combined with a skilled eye can lead to a beautiful, painterly-like image. The only thing that doesn't "work" for me here is the relatively abrupt change of color in the sky from cyan to blown-out white, but that's just a minor glitch. Congratulations on a great capture![+]
Pangong Tso by I_WanderingSoul (686)
klapek (104) 2008-12-28 7:31
Truly breathtaking view. I won't be original to say that, but definitely a bit of straightening would be in order - the picture's a bit "heavy" on the right side.
One thing that bothers me: there's some strange artifact on the water about 1/6th from the left. It looks like a misaligned picture in a panorama sequence. Otherwise great!
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