I find yellow to be a difficult colour to capture Rob. This is very nicely handled IMHO and I also love the interesting aspect ratio.
Not sure but I suspect that the grainy parts are from over sharpening. Although I agree with what you have chosen to sharpen it falls apart if the image is viewed large. Maybe some tight masking of the sharpening…[Read more]
Congratulations to you Robert. I for one would love more detail on just how you shot this with the beads sitting on the lens.
I enjoyed your images as well Pat and Petr. Congrats to you both.
Rob Eyers replied to the topic Which is better for this image; landscape or Portrait? in the forum Landscape Photography 2 weeks, 2 days ago
For me the portrait is the stronger of the two Bruce as subject is more vertical. Maybe pan the camera a degree or two to the left if you are able to revisit.
Wow Beth you certainly had a much moodier day there than we did. A whole different feel and I like it too.
Those sheep are certainly around everywhere. They are unpredictable and quite comical at times. I have a few captures of them to process the next time I’m home.
Not sure I’ll ever catch up. LOL
They are your images Richard so you can of course do whatever you like with them.
With that said, I think it would be naive to think, in this day and age, that a water mark couldn’t be removed. Your choice.
Welcome aboard and props for having the manners to ask the question. Cheers!
Thanks Robert for this feature you’ve created. I don’t get on LS a lot while traveling and this is a great spot to catch up on outstanding images of the week.
Each of these entries is wonderful. Love them all!
Rob Eyers replied to the topic “Odyssey: Warriors Come Home”An Art Show, by Veterans Armed With Cameras in the forum General Photo Chit Chat 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Thanks for the link Elin. Very powerful and appropriate for Nov 11.
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