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Dec 16, 2008 14:30 |  #16

Tom K. wrote in post #6886818 (external link)
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Superb composition. I am yet to see a "bad" photo of yours...and even then I am sure a bad shot from you would be better than the best shot I can do. Wonderful pieces of work!


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Dec 16, 2008 14:31 |  #17

Tom K. wrote in post #6887008 (external link)
This one: http://www.pbase.com …otog/image/8390​2950/large (external link)

I left a comment on it. I'll repeat it here:

"One of the finest cat photos of all time. Has the class of an Audry Hepburn portrait."

That is a fine cat shot too, as you pointed out!


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Dec 16, 2008 14:41 |  #18

Hey Tom...

My Cat wants to know if you'll rep him full time? :)


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Dec 16, 2008 16:27 |  #19

Amazing


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Dec 16, 2008 16:44 |  #20

Just stunning.




  
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Dec 16, 2008 19:06 as a reply to  @ post 6889811 |  #21

Is it a HDR? The colours and shadows came out really well if its not..


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Dec 16, 2008 21:23 |  #22

Wonderful pictures! I like the cat photo too! By the way I live in Hamden CT :)
I used to live in Orange which is about 10 mins away from new haven :D




  
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Dec 16, 2008 23:44 |  #23

jetsetkiwi wrote in post #6891916 (external link)
Is it a HDR? The colours and shadows came out really well if its not..

HDR it is. Photomatix 3.0. I use that to create a flat, dull looking image but one with a very wide dynamic range. Then I take the image into Photoshop and add contrast. Contrast is the key.

Thanks for all the comments folks.


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Dec 17, 2008 13:36 |  #24

Very nice shot. Love it.




  
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Dec 17, 2008 18:57 |  #25

holy..... i really like this shot. I wish i had a quarter of your talent.




  
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Dec 18, 2008 09:53 as a reply to  @ leeport's post |  #26

Coolest shot I've seen in a while. I like how the colors intensify as you go towards the door. It's hard to quit looking at it.

Excellent work.


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Dec 18, 2008 13:49 as a reply to  @ John Trogdon's post |  #27

Interesting shot, I like it! Again, one of the pretty rare and few HDR's that really look good to me. Nice job with this.


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Dec 18, 2008 14:15 |  #28

nice....and please stop trying to sell me the 16-35L!!!!!!!




  
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Dec 18, 2008 18:48 |  #29

A classic example of what makes a great photograph! Pleasing to look at and your eye just wants to keep exploring. Eye(I) started at the door, followed the walk out and back to the door. Continued out the left wall and back, then the right wall and back. Looked at the patio area and then started back down the walk...Your eye just wants to keep exploring.

Fantastic Processing as well, Gives me somthing to strive for. (Hey I can dream can't I)


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Dec 18, 2008 19:07 as a reply to  @ post 6889811 |  #30

Nice Tom. I really like the orange door and the orange on the tree. They almost match. Also the cool green in the foreground and its a nice balance to the warmer colors and the perspective of this image is awesome. The implied depth is really cool.




  
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