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PostPosted: Wed Dec 22, 2010 10:11 pm 
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Here is a few snaps of a windmill near Warwick.
Your comments please... I am new on here so be gentle!
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The 1st one my favourite!! nice shots!

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Nice work! I especially like the first and last. Don't be afraid to experiment with funky angles, etc. The great thing about digital is you can delete anything that doesn't work out. Keep up the great start.

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Hi tesanh,

I think the compositions are very nice - in particular the first one. If I were to suggest any improvements, it would be in the post processing. The light is obviously on the gray and bland side, so a touch of contrast and maybe a bit of saturation could make them pop a little more.

Regardless - good eye there :-)

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I like the first one, though it would look even better with a touch more saturation.

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wow i love the first one


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Thanks guys!!! :D
Always great to get feedback and encouragement!!
I will tinker some more in Aperture to improve the colours... It was a very grey day :wink:
Guess you could say England is great for soft light!! :)
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