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Good maloutim 2011-06-19 4:43

Hi Susmitdas,
There is a good atmosphere to this picture with the setting sun shining on this lonely walker. However, there is a tilttowards the right. I have made a WS to straighten it.
Best regards.
Marie-Louise.

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Old 06-19-2011, 04:25 PM
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hi marie louise,
thanks for your observations and your workshop picture. comparing the original with the workshop one i feel that you have given a new dimension to the picture. In fact i am avery amateur photographer not too high on technical quotients. I click what i feel good in my intuitions not bothering on the technicalities. Anyhow one cannot do much with a sony cybershot.
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Old 06-19-2011, 08:31 PM
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Hi Rhea,
Compared to the photos I used to take with my old argentic camera, I think digital photos are more often faulty, and they definitely need Post-processing.
I am not a very good photographer either, but over my nearly 5 years on TE, I have learnt a few things, like straightening tilts for instance.
Of course, you lose part of the photo in the process, which is sometimes a pity.
Also, doing a WS on a reduced photo, raher than on the original, affects the quality. So, my WS was only about straightening, but it lost quality.
Regards.
Marie-Louise.
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Old 06-19-2011, 08:32 PM
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Hi Rhea,
Compared to the photos I used to take with my old argentic camera, I think digital photos are more often faulty, and they definitely need Post-processing.
I am not a very good photographer either, but over my nearly 5 years on TE, I have learnt a few things, like straightening tilts for instance.
Of course, you lose part of the photo in the process, which is sometimes a pity.
Also, doing a WS on a reduced photo, raher than on the original, affects the quality. So, my WS was only about straightening, but it lost quality.
Regards.
Marie-Louise.
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