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  4. Home made gold effect filter top of the almost B&W image.


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    Fogy sunrise, October

    In photoshop color tinting.


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    A very nice fine art graphic image you have here. Cheers.
  8. I spend a half-hour just to find a way to replay, make a comments here. It is a colorful disaster, difficult to navigate no logic,commands strewn all over. I think, I'm finis with this new website. To bad I paid my feed for this year. And hardly can I see this bloody light grey text too.. I not going to post anymore and my remove,if I can a whole images of this an-logical web site. Confusig, hard to read the text, UGLY UGLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .UGLY
  9. Ugly, ugly and ugly. Please don't crop my images to oblivion. The logics of the menus totally an-logical. I don't care about the background and a bigger but butchered thumbnail images which is no longer thumbnail, it is a butchered images. Simple is better and the original format, arrangement was much, much better, viewable, simple and original. I don't b l d care about the colorful background. To rearrange photos in the gallery is creasy, it is not shifting the whole role to the left or right, and the image inserted replacing the image all ready there and the image now goes to the moved image place, which is not the action I like to have, I like to have the system to work as worked before. To rearrange the galleries listing is not working. That mach in the first hour, get tired, live the b l d computer. BLM.
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    -Daddy, look ...

    Thank you for your comments, for all of you. BLM.
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    Beautifully done. Excellent as I said, but I would try a second version, with a little-bet more space around the tree, specially at the right, and also a version of b&w. This tree has a very nice and interesting character. I would spend a lots of time shooting around it. BLM.
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    Amiss (20160629-Img2198)

    An orderly chaos. Very  god composition and well worked out  b&w  image. BLM.
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    New statue-web

    Comments? . . . New Statue of . . . ? I just finished reading a book, "The Conquest of the New World, AMERICAN HOLOCAUST" By; David E, Stannard. BLM.
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    Pinnacles and eggs

    OOPS, I forgot the comments. The composition is to heavy to the right and the rocks to close to the top frame. See corrected attached image.
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    Pinnacles and eggs

    . . . Greetings to you Bela
  16. It is a very interesting architecture, typical of the Meditarian, limited places, narrow streets and expanding building in to the free place above. Specially, in this composition and the light highlighting very nicely all those geometrical surfaces. I like all those nocks and corners, well photographed in this image. Cheers to you old friend, Pierre. Bela
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    Before Sunrise

    Thank you for your comments, for all of you. BLM.
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    Thank you for your comments, Jack. A place, almost two hours drive from Toronto, a shallow lake, mostly swamp at this area, frozen over, covered by fresh snow. Cheers. Bela
  19. <p>Very simple. Just look at the aperture ring on the camera to see the aperture set. White dot on the camera body above the lens mount, pointing to the lens aperture, 1.4 to 16. or, what ever it is set, Ai or not Ai Nikon lens you using. Using 60 years manual cameras, with NON Ai or Ai, I never had a problem with this.</p>
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    100 Møn fix sh markvej

    A very nice b&w works. BLM.
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