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    Re: Some Scottish views

    I really like Picture #3 Well Done!!

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    Yes, although these are ALL good pics, I think the reflection in #3 makes it my favourite of this bunch.

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    I tend to like most of your work "Professional", though I don't think the castle needs the somewhat surreal colours that you have introduced.
    Dare I point out the fault with shot 1.

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    Oh bouy?

    I didn't see it before!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Oh bouy?

    I didn't see it before!
    Nope, try again Dave, it's pretty obvious.

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    Thank you very much all!

    These are just the beginning, i will show more later if some interested.

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    -Tareq

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    And i agree, #3 is the favorite.

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    Very nice work!

    My favorite is #2.

    Just an idea, I think this picture improves even more when you crop the ski a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hansm View Post
    Very nice work!

    My favorite is #2.

    Just an idea, I think this picture improves even more when you crop the ski a little.
    Thank you very much!

    I have another shots of that #2 which is much better to me, and i prefer it more, i will post them later, but here i feel that #3 is more popping, but anyhow, it is good that i can have 2 or 3 good shots overall, and really i miss Scotland now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill44 View Post
    Nope, try again Dave, it's pretty obvious.
    I agree Bill, anyone else see it yet?

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    I see it.Nice series,Tareq.
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    Good job I especially appreciate picture #2.

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    Quote Originally Posted by Brigitte View Post
    Good job I especially appreciate picture #2.

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    Thanks again

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill44 View Post
    Nope, try again Dave, it's pretty obvious.
    I think I may have spotted it?

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    I think I may have spotted it?
    What to see and what to spot?

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    In shot 1. the water is completely out of level and I'm surprised that you missed it.

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    Ah, I see what you mean Bill, I did wonder about that but I wasn't sure my eyes were not being misled by a curving 'coast' line. I think you're right though.

    My 'spot' in #1 was (at least) 4 (dust?) spots in the sky. Best not shoot with them there, but four mouse clicks with the healing tool would have removed them. There maybe a couple in #2 aswell. I can't see them in the other shots. Of course, they might be birds, difficult to tell at this size.
    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 3rd March 2009 at 08:34 PM. Reason: correct typo

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    Re: Some Scottish views

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill44 View Post
    In shot 1. the water is completely out of level and I'm surprised that you missed it.
    I don't think i did make my tripod to be inclined that much, but maybe it was my mistake that i didn't check it, but no problem, i have another shot of that with straight horizon or water level f so.

    Thank you very much for pointing this problem, this is what i call a true helpful comments and critiques.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Ah, I see what you mean Bill, I did wonder about that but I wasn't sure my eyes were not being misled by a curving 'coast' line. I think you're right though.

    My 'spot' in #1 was (at least) 4 (dust?) spots in the sky. Best not shoot with them there, but four mouse clicks with the healing tool would have removed them. There maybe a couple in #2 aswell. I can't see them in the other shots. Of course, they might be birds, difficult to tell at this size.
    Dust? huh!
    In fact i removed about 98% of the dust and that few remained on the shots are say 2%, my 5D is full of dust all the time, i change he lens and i clean it all the time but still it get dust so quick, happy i got new Auto-clean camera and it is much better i can see.

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