No stress by aznegrao (10316)
kclai (2267) 2006-07-03 2:46
I really love the way you put your model into the image that gives the natural sense and movement, thus making the image pretty cool.
Again, this is another cool natural shot. With the model bowing looking downwards and having both her arm a little spreading is simply and nicelt posed.
But not the multi colored bikini, my friend.
It's tooooo colorful. Maybe the sample colored pair would make the image a little off the colorful toning, huh.
Cheers and good day, Antonio.
Roadside Church by pablominto (53744)
kclai (2267) 2006-07-03 2:31
Very nicely captured image of a traditional church.
The details of sharpness and clarity is excellent.
But there's way of improving the PoV which in your angle, looked pretty "normal".
Since this is a cemetary ground, and having this chruch building placed in the background, you could provide the depth by going on low-angle and covering the tombstone by the foreground and including the church at the background. Pretty cool, huh.
Cheers and good day, Pablo.
Morning view from my room by chaity (1539)
kclai (2267) 2006-07-02 23:35
What make this image such impressive is the level of its clarity. It is superbly captured. And the PoV, yeah what a good view from your hotel room, is cool. You must be enjoying it every second of it, wanting to spend most of your time here at the balcony, huh.
Yeah, I do agreed with Pak Bani, a cup of tea, with the sunset view, and an isolation moment from the hectic hours.
Cheers and good day, Chai.
THE KID - II by sabyasachi1212 (19771)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-27 3:00
You got a very emotional and dramatic portrait image here. A little boy feeding all by himself, waiting for his parent to return to thier little hut where they called "home"'
Seem that this little boy is contacting some kind of skin diseases, which appears on his cheeks and mouth.
A very sorrowful shot which you have executed beautifully.
We hope others would look into such poverty and try to lend a helping hand to provide a better future for him and for all of us, living in this planet called "Earth".
A very touching image, Sab.
Red eyes by Schultzy (5446)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-26 1:32
You got the same macro lens that I bought early this year. And I believe this is quite a cool lens, huh!
The 90mm is simply good to capture some interesting macro shot, especially insects.
And the colors of DoF produced from this lens is excellent.
Good day, Peter.
**check out my macro post, pal.
Hampton Court Palace by colinbrenchley (6431)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-26 1:24
With a little blurness from your image, the Pov is excellently executed, bringing the gardens in the foreground nicely placed against the beautiful building.
The angle is cool.
Maybe you are in doubt on the focusing, huh!
Good day, Colin.
World Cup 2006 Supporter by ChrisJ (96654)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-26 0:07
Cool portrait of this little supporter.
Yeah, Korean are real fighter. Every WC final, they have managed to make their appereance, but sadly they couldn't make it to the end.
But still the fighting spirit is always burning and alive, for the players and for the supporters, as well.
Good day, chris.
summer day by Booz (14347)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-26 0:02
Cool angle, my friend. And the PoV of the sexy body against the bulrring background is nicely executed, too.
But why the DoF is not executed with good exposure? The blurness is too dark and the color seem to be too dull.
Maybe a little adjustment on the aperture to f/8.0 and above and the reduction of speed will improve the effect.
Good day, Tomek.
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