batalay (36757) 2015-08-02 11:08
This is a lovely photo, that I regret not taking years ago when I climbed the heights of Geirangefjord. I didn't know about the tradition visitors leaving their marks and the declaration, "I was here!" A very sharp and well composed view of a simple scene.
Warm regards from the United States,
batalay (36757) 2015-08-02 11:05
Merhaba sevgili Mesut,
Iki ay evvel katarak ameliyati oldum, ve dogrusu, "focus and white balance" tamamen düzldi. Bu fotograf da ki "sharpness ve colors"i olagnustu gorebiliyorum. Sahane bir resim,
batalay (36757) 2015-08-02 10:35
Bonsoir Jean Claude,
This is a magnificent shot from the "land of castles and bridges," as it was described to me when I flew on Luxair Airlines and made an overnight stopover in Luxemburg. You've chosen a wise vertical format to accentuate the verticality of the scene. The light, colors and resolution are first rate.
mesutilgim (88568) 2015-08-02 10:12
Hello dear Claude, my neighbour !
Very nice capture from Vianden taken with good pov and layout. The chosen portarit formay fits very well tyo your compo.
TFS and best regards
batalay (36757) 2015-08-02 9:04
This is a most alluring scene from the marina in Porto do Barqueiro, the small fishing boats anchored or tied down. The colors are vibrant. Judging by the stains on the walls, the tide must vary quite a bit here.
Warm regards from the United States, Angel,
batalay (36757) 2015-08-02 8:44
This shop presents an eye catching vision, with the sculptured motorbike (the front wheel appears to be created from bent wood, or is it molded). The colors are vivid, and the entire image is as sharp as obsidian glass.
batalay (36757) 2015-08-02 8:38
Your research paid of handsomely, allowing you to catch Fabienne Borget in an encore. It's an excellent shot, well illuminated and exceptionally sharp. It seems as if you are viewing the performance from a lower tier box in the opera house Covent Gardens. I enjoyed reading your note.
batalay (36757) 2015-08-02 8:33
Hello Murat Bey,
This is a well composed shot that captures the moment from the Dr. Seuss Landing very effectively. The rich colors and the high resolution are on display here, with a clear message that the quality of digital images really has caught up and perhaps surpassed analogue slides. Is the Nikon D7000 new in your photo arsenal, or have you had it for awhile?