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author Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)
title by the stream
date9/30/2005 8:35:54 AM
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1 MJFerron   (9/30/2005 8:42:40 AM)
Very very cool. No nits from me at all. An impressive set of falls and the human figure add perspective.
2 Catsnet   (9/30/2005 8:56:13 AM)
ok :-)
3 btezra   (9/30/2005 8:57:24 AM)
~nice job handling the exposure time Sergei, the flow of the water is quite a fine attribute in the frame, which is perfect as a vertical...cannot find a nit either as noted above, one of my favorite images you have taken and posted...well done!~
4 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (9/30/2005 9:00:25 AM)
hmm..I don't like it :o, everything blends together for me..where's the "color" button?
5 Fabio Keiner   (9/30/2005 9:33:06 AM)
maybe it should be better in composition and perspective?
6 Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)     (9/30/2005 9:51:56 AM)
thanks guys for your input.
#3 btezra: wow, at last! ;o)
#4 CherylB(against all gamers) thanks, can you tell me if you like the color one better?
#5 Fabio Keiner: maybe
#1 MJFerron(Use it or lose it.): there are always nits but thank you Mike ;o)
example image >>
7 Keith Frost   (9/30/2005 9:56:21 AM)
Composition aided by the figure to give scale is good, but the bw range feels a little limited. A bit more contrast , or just the colour version ?? - Keith
8 Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)     (9/30/2005 10:30:44 AM)
#7 Keith Frost: you can see the color version by clicking the 'example image' link on #6
9 Roger Ranney (Don't block the shot)   (9/30/2005 11:13:43 AM)
I like the colored version much better. Mostly because the figure at the bottom stands out so much better. As is I almost had to search for her. The rock colors work well too.
10 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (9/30/2005 12:20:02 PM)
#6 Sergei Samus(Serega to friends): yes! the rocks at the bottom separate more and have more front-back depth in the color version and the figure shows up better.
11 joe bellantoni   (9/30/2005 12:41:14 PM)
I vote for the color version...much better seperation...much better on the figure and ;ast but not least the impact is far better....IMO
12 Ray Griffiths ( )   (9/30/2005 1:07:55 PM)
I've just looked at the colour version, compared to the B&W it comes alive for me.
13 Waleed (Waleed Marhoum)   (9/30/2005 1:59:51 PM)
the collor one is much better
excellent job
14 Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)     (9/30/2005 2:18:49 PM)
thanks guys, your opinions are much appreciated. Let it be in color :o)
15 steve sharpe   (9/30/2005 2:29:00 PM)
Lovely shot, the person in the FG really adds scale. Good exposure on the water.
16 robinschooley (Robin Schooley)   (9/30/2005 4:28:02 PM)
How about selective color on the subject only? Just a thought.
17 CherylB (I only lie when I do not like your pic)   (9/30/2005 4:31:46 PM)
you need to put the bw as an example so others can see what we were all talking about :o
18 robinschooley (Robin Schooley)   (9/30/2005 4:41:11 PM)
#17 CherylB(weenies ‚Æ “Š•[ˆê‘°‚Æ): You can see it in the thumbnail, still. :)
19 UE (Arkady Golod)   (10/1/2005 12:01:26 AM)
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