Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.
Exquisite, I love how you caught the bird flying low over this moody, wonderful scene, bravo!
18 Aug 2008 8:36am
@Lorraine: Thanks Lorraine. I'd like to say I included the bird on purpose but I actually didn't notice it until I looked at the photos on the computer! Don't suppose I should admit that...
Lovely seascape. Almost a postcard…
18 Aug 2008 9:17am
Nice photo. The mild colours of the sky are beautiful. I guess it will improve if you sharpen it a bit. May be am3 soften the images somewhat. It's your taste that matters, anyway.
18 Aug 2008 10:33am
@António Pires: Yes I think Am3 does soften things a bit. For me it's always tricky deciding whether to mess with the original or not but in this case I decided not to. Thanks for your visit and comment, I always appreciate them.
Hi Margie, love your portfolio and thanks for the info on creating links:-)) This is a beautiful shot, I love the lines and the gentle colours!
18 Aug 2008 10:48am
@Linerberry: Hey thanks for the visit and generous comment! I hope the link thing works out in the end for you!
A MAGIC SHOT, low level flying seagul adds class to the frame.
18 Aug 2008 11:33am
@Dimitrios: Thank you very much for the generous comment, Dimitrios
It makes me feel like I'm looking at heaven. Just lovely.
18 Aug 2008 2:48pm
@Brittney: Wow, that's something coming from someone who lives in Hawaii! :)
Thanks for the comment and visit, you have some great shots in your portfolio.
excellent landscape - I like the soft colors and the clouds
18 Aug 2008 6:12pm
@yiannis krikis: Thank you for the visit and comment, Yiannis
Love the soft colors.
18 Aug 2008 7:08pm
@Ana Lúcia: Thanks!
Nice to use the longer lens on these seascapes . . it changes the perception as well as the perspective.
18 Aug 2008 8:57pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Very true! Thanks for the visit and comment, Ronnie.
18 Aug 2008 9:13pm
@SUN: Thanks for the visit and comment!
Glorious scene Margie, the subtle sunset colors really make this a great image.
18 Aug 2008 10:02pm
@Observing: Hey thanks Mike!
Another great photo. Lovely to see some of the North island. Especially parts I haven't been to.
18 Aug 2008 11:28pm
@jamesy: Thanks for the visit and comments. This was my first visit to the 'naki and it was pretty cool. More shots coming up!
Very good photo.
Try to increase the ISO sensibility. Increasing it you will have bigger shutter speed keeping the same aperture. You'll get different results. Test it and compare the versions. If you're just starting, making experiences is one of the ways of learning. Playing with speed, aperture and ISO is a way to understand how things work.
Anyway it's a fantastic composition. Like it a lot. Good work :)
19 Aug 2008 1:08am
@Rui: Thanks for your visit to my blog. And thanks for taking the time to give me some suggestions. It is much appreciated.
great composition here - water in between the rocks and the cliffs in the distance are great! the bird in flight caps it off beautifully!
19 Aug 2008 1:30am
@DarkElf: Thanks for the nice comment and visit.
I like the composition. Beautiful.
19 Aug 2008 8:13pm
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