Ah love it... What a cute little cottage... Reminds me of something from Hansel & Gretal. An edible house with a dusting of sugar :)
great composition.. V
THis one is nice.. Not too much HDR! Not that I know wnything about HDR.. But it looks good to me :-D
Cheers Susie :)
Oh this is very nice. Love the B&W! Nice lead in lines
Yea spotted that after checking your profile :)
vlastik = ThOnda ;-)
Now you are talking. It is much better now. The darker outlines give the clue that it is processed as HDR picture, but at least they don't scream that ;-)
Talking about this picture, to top of the roof on the very right is touching the frame of the picture and that leads the viewvers' interest away from the picture. Also the stairs in the bottom right corner attract a little too much attraction without being interesting on their own. But those are just tiny details, you will learn in time to see it already in the viewfinder.
Overall, well done and keep them coming!
Of course you can.. They had to learn too.. I have not yet attempted photoshop, I find the likes of picnik very user friendly & hope to master photoshop some day :0)
PP was done with the help from all the folks on boards, so can't take any credit :)
I like this.. I'm not very up on PP so can;t comment on that really.. but to me, whatever you did is very efective. Like the tones of the image! Works well :-)
Another stunning sky!! Love it :-)
This is very beautiful!! Love the composition & the framing :-)
A beautiful sunrise.. Love the light & the cloud formations!!
Thanks Swingking and Susie and I really like some of the stuff on yer streams.
Pullandbang cheers too for your input no I didn't shoot in RAW :( normally do for landscape but had the camera set on jpg... So starting off HDR on the wrong foot. Next time I will shoot raw and use exposure bracketing then import to photomatrix and see how it goes.
And as I said on boards.. I LOVE the original :-)
As I said on boards....tone it down! It's way too overcooked. It really is a case of less is more. Did you use 1 raw file and save it as 3 different exposures?
I dont think they are fat, I think when its cold they puff out their feathers in order to trap air, between their feathers and body, creating a some what vacuum to keep the cold out.
They are well fed around here...even in these arctic conditions :)