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Typical Dutch Spring
 
© Jaap Hart

Typical Dutch Spring


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This is the result of some messing around with Photoshop. The photo consists of 12 different manually stitched shots: 3 of the sky above Burgervlotbrug, 5 of the panorama with the mill in Berkmeer, and 4 of the tulip field near Egmond aan den Hoef, Netherlands. The colors of the tulips were row-by-row changed to get this kaleidoscope. I am aware that the result could be totally over the top. Shots were done with KonicaMinolta Dimage A2.

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This is the result of some messing around with Photoshop. The photo

consists of 12 different manually stitched shots: 3 of the sky above

Burgervlotbrug, 5 of the panorama with the mill in Berkmeer, and 4 of

the tulip field near Egmond aan den Hoef, Netherlands. The colors of

the tulips were row-by-row changed to get this kaleidoscope. I am

aware that the result could be totally over the top. Shots were done

with KonicaMinolta Dimage A2.

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Excelente explocion de colores, y una magnifica composicion desde el encuadre a la luz. Saludos cordialeshttp://perso.wanadoo.es/cruzvera/varios/Pedrito%20GIF%20bueno.gif
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Great shot, this would be a great poster for the tourist office or for the cover of some travel magazine. It is very inviting. I would love to be there and look at those beautiful tulips with my own eyes...
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Jaap . the colours are like in a painting, nearly not natural, but they are, I know... You are welcome to look at my Tulips folder, cheers , groeten jana

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Helllo,

 

Amazing colors i see here. The perspective is nice because it drives my eyes in to the photo. I like that picture.

 

CU.

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Hoi Jaap, this is great!!!

Colors are amazing, lighting in the windmill is perfect and the typical Dutch clouds make this image a postcard!!!

I guess this is Noord Holland province, right?

 

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For me the main tip off of manipulation is the clouds, they seem to loom inches behind the horizon and windmill. Still, accepting this as a composition of separate images: very nicely done, a striking and iconic image. The multi-color tulip spokes work well.
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I knew in an instant that this was one of yours, which is surely the mark of consistant quality. You have created a beautiful scene here. This makes me feel good but at the same time a world of conflict and uglyness that lies beyond here is also on my mind. People should make more art and less war.
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