abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 6:49
I am taken by the neatness and pastel colours of these charming old buildings and the style which are so influential to a certain degree. Your view point guides smoothly to the background giving us the sense of location, and it's awesome when you caught this at right time of day. Splendid work, Congrats
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 6:19
I love the perspective and depth, it's the directional golden light combination that has produced a cracking shot. Exposure looks fine, a shot illustrating the seasonal colours at its best. Congrats
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 5:02
Pak Takero YTH
A delightful vibrant shot unnoticed, and that's the pure act of eating whilst taking a break.. The framing, dof, lighting and subject come together beautifully. Great timed shot, Congrats.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 4:39
An attention-grabber portraying the power of mono effect directing the eye to the sunburst then onto the silhouetted figs. The rest of the element flows naturally to this striking image and your smallest aperture did a fine job - when broad daylight turned night except for the fireball! Fantastic sunbeams & lens flare. Wonderfully inspiring that you've captured the moment perfectly, Congrats.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 3:55
I like the title and juxtaposition of those mundane subject and good accomplished task peeping into someone's back door. The vivid colours is especially vibrant contrasted by yellow and dark green. Lovely small private world as reflected here. Congrats and tfs.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 2:27
The fabulous 'burning' colours and intensity steal the limelight with artistic human touch to lend the total oozing atmosphere...
You have managed the light balance very well under such a challenging condition. Smart capture as always, Congrats.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 2:03
Superb capture of this classic town square that you really are getting some mileage out of that historic old buildings. It's dynamic with wonderful fresh colours and contrast to blue sky. Lovely how your wide lens really exaggerates the proportions seen from low viewpoint where depth and perspective are accentuated by the vertical convergence. This lends a delightful photo impact and winning formula.... Super shot, Congrats.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 1:46
A beautiful architecture as main focal here and lots of human activity giving a great lift to this old town scene town. Nicely composed with lots of good detail and the bit of reds splits the tones so nicely. Wonderful shot, Congrats.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 1:29
Early winter scene and misty well contained as we can feel the atmosphere with nice break of light contrast and sign of cold white snow. Love the lead-in afforded by the hut and trees which add so much as firm focus points, and the colours perfectly suit the condition. Great shot braving the elements, Super catch, Congrats.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 1:18
Sad emotive image, the house still looks habitable but sadly abandoned due circumstances as what who have explained. looked as though it had been lived in within the last few years, but had now been left. Anyway it's a good record shot and your social awareness is always applauded in keeping with latest development around your neighbourhood. Excellent work, Congrats,
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 1:03
Wow! that's nature beauty so well taken, i think not often you see such a distinct rainbow with a spectacular display of light and colour. You managed the exposure level so competently, it's a remarkable shot Congrats,
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-08 0:49
Blue water is my fav, a splendid vacations shot when it comes naturally and it's a simple pleasure. Wow that is deep blue and lovely with those ripples and bit of water foam just to reflect some movements. The skyscape is an added bonus to this picturesque spot Great capture.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-07 19:05
Rainy Mood and going mono seems to give it something that would be lost in colour - focus is firmed on that chap. Glad to see that the weather does not keep you at home, still out observing the urban scenes.
willperrett (11468) 2016-12-07 9:24
I love this series of documentary photographs: keep them coming! You say this was Kodachrome reversal film, and I know that slide film is inherently very contrasty; in addition, at some stage in the process, a colour cast has been introduced. I hope you won't mind, therefore if I offer a WS which tries to address these issues. I used a violet photo-filter, reduced the contrast and did some colour re-balancing.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-07 7:15
Under restoration but what a messy photo, and that's exactly what you're trying to portray focusing in on every details to show the whole thing. Nice factful record shot on a rather moody grey day. Well done.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-06 21:59
Another fresh looking view and so colourful, a great depiction of a lively town scene with wonderful blue sky has played its role in making this compo look so impressive. It's luminous with impeccable detail on the historic buildings and lovely touch of vivid colours to alert the eye. The domes rest the eye as effective focal points. Marvelous shot so well planned and executed, Congrats.
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-06 21:27
Thamel, my fav shooting place..
You have clearly captured the moment of a welder at work -minus his personal safety eye shield! and obviously this gets viewer to focus straight onto the spark trails. This gives a nice break of colour and contrast within the low light while retaining excellent level detail and exposure control throughout. It's a true to life situation so expertly exposed and taken. Lovely additional pics and the write up giving info on each stage, I'm pleased with these results. Congrats
abmdsudi (56348) 2016-12-06 20:48
More expansive landscape and a wider angle view with the prominent interest perfectly placed as strong anchor point superbly taken into the setting sun. I love the brightened foreground and pleasing exposure that you've retained, an intriguing pano and something you couldn't resist taking with excellent colour, light and mood. A superb capture and thanks to your in-depth write up helping us to appriciate this shot so much better. Congrats