batalay (36439) 2015-05-19 16:00:31This is apparently a different version of the photo I took, but with colors far more vivid. I should have worked with the version I posted in order to replicate these colors. Here, however, the "knee" of the falls does not show up on the right.
batalay (36439) 2015-05-18 13:02:22I increased the contrast, vibrance and sharpness, and cropped it to appear more like a panoramic shot. I hope you don't mind. It's simply a different version of the same photo. Regards, Bulent
batalay (36439) 2015-03-06 07:04:06I increased the contrast, and tried to balance the vibrance (not too much) and the levels. It is not necessarily any better, but for my screen the focal point stands out more dramatically.
batalay (36439) 2014-12-13 01:46:33After the young man did a swallow-like dive, the young woman strolled over to edge and stepped off nonchalantly. This composition shows the tall grass in the foreground and the waters immediately below the cliff. However, the dive is far more dramatic.
batalay (36439) 2014-11-26 17:33:18It was discovered by Dr. Christopher Tyler, a British born psychologist practicing in San Francisco, that in almost all great single-subject portraits, one eye (it could be the leading or the trailing eye) passes through the vertical bisector of the frame. I cropped the image to get the subject's left eye close to bisector.
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