Very interesting pic Rob. Looks like that X-T3 does a great job!
I'm intrigued by the distant river side with the yachts and dwellings and apparent urban development as opposed to the magnificent fort structure on the near-side seemingly abandoned in shrubbery and old walking trails. If I was a tourist there (like you?) I would want to see more…[Read more]
Hi Erik, I would not classify this pic as a ‘street' shot personally. Here's my storyline…
To me the image speaks of the pleasure to be found in the simple things in life. The beauty of nature, the symmetry of a landscape before us, the joy of another's freedom now lost to us.
When I first looked at it, I was reminded of that famous…[Read more]
Graham Hart replied to the topic Weekend Photography Challenge #431 Yellow and blue in the forum Weekend Photography Challenge 13 hours, 54 minutes ago
Seen before but one of my favourite shots and one taken during my introduction to photography with my new mobile phone (at the time). I called this ‘The Crabbers' because if you look closely, you can see some people on the right of the horizon line. This is at Thompson's Beach and there is a gulf between the hazy distant hills and the yellow sand.…[Read more]
Hi Frank, amazing creatures and nicely captured. FYI, I recently watched a video by Anne McKinnell on how she cleaned up a pic of a sea anemone using Topaz Remask to remove distractions from the photograph. Here's a link just in case you're interested.
I'm not familiar with this bird but I just love the pose you've captured here. The feeder combined with the bird imparts a feeling of everything hanging in balance. It's like a string holding the bird up has been photoshopped out 🙂
He's back! Nice shot Tobie. Considering the conditions you mention, I would be very happy too. In fact, I'd be happy in perfect conditions!
I've been tossing up whether to buy Topaz Denoise AI recently. From what they show in their online demo sales pitches (before and after images), this pic would clear up perfectly using their software.
Now that's an interesting new dimension to this forum Robert. The google map adds something to the discussion by letting us go discover the place for ourselves. Very cool.
I like this pic Preston, the perspective works really well with the BG houses. I don't know if you changed the hydrant from red to yellow or if it was already yellow but given Kent's recent discussion about the power of the colour red…..?
I think I do what Ed has attempted and it works for me. I right click on the image in flickr, select ‘copy link address' then paste it into LS. It appears as Ed's links do above but after I click on the ‘submit' button, the image appears.
Whoops! Didn't check, my bad and apologies Holly. I was so caught up in the chit-chat above that I didn't even think to look first.
Wish there was an icon clearly visible with the pic to indicate the editing preference.
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