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Apr 22, 2008 02:56 |  #1

Hi everyone,

Here are a couple of shots I took at Phi Phi Island a few weeks ago on my Thailand holiday.

This is the place where 'The Beach' movie starring Leo DiCaprio was filmed, and this was also completely devastated by the tsunami, but thankfully it is back to being more beautiful than ever now!

I hope you can feel as relaxed as I did :)

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Apr 22, 2008 07:25 |  #2

I like them, but they're a little over saturated, especially the sky.


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Apr 22, 2008 07:28 |  #3

too much of blue in the images...please work on it...the sky is oversaturated..

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Apr 22, 2008 07:33 |  #4

Are you using Lightroom to PP?


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Apr 22, 2008 07:35 |  #5

I think they're a little oversaturated, at least to my eyes... and I find the blown out sand in the first one a bit distracting.

Looks like a beautiful location though!


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Apr 22, 2008 08:38 |  #6

I'm not sure if it's saturation, or a lot of added contrast. I looks as though they were really played with. Maybe over use of dodge and burn.


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Apr 22, 2008 17:34 |  #7

I used Lightroom for minor touch ups, and then Photoshop for levels, I didn't actually do much to them at all, saturation mostly, not much other PP at all.


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Apr 22, 2008 17:40 |  #8

Been there!, yea, beutifull place, nice shots, a tad saturated, but brings out the lovely ocean colors.




  
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Apr 22, 2008 17:55 |  #9

The halos are really distracting...looks like an amazing place but the photos a bit unnatural.

The sand in the first is overexposed.


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Apr 22, 2008 18:12 |  #10

These are really just holiday snaps, I didn't take them to be technically perfect, so I wasn't really worried about getting them spot on, mostly just wanting to snap a nice shot while I was there. They aren't really that over-coloured either, as this is how the place actually looks, the water really is that colour, I've not burnt the colour of that at all. Just wanted to share some of the nice views I saw thats all! :)


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Apr 22, 2008 19:20 |  #11

i love the colors. makes me want to hop on a plane and veg there.

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Apr 22, 2008 19:47 |  #12

2 much satur....otherwise good


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May 21, 2008 20:06 as a reply to  @ Roy Webber's post |  #13

Excelent location, beatiful photos




  
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May 21, 2008 20:08 |  #14

Jim G wrote in post #5379686 (external link)
I think they're a little oversaturated, at least to my eyes... and I find the blown out sand in the first one a bit distracting.

Looks like a beautiful location though!

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May 22, 2008 01:09 |  #15

Beautiful views.


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