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A gorgeous sunset over a classic Japanese roofline. Beautifully composed.
9 Sep 2010 5:18am
9 Sep 2010 7:41am
Lovely shot. I've been to Japan a few times, and your shots really remind me of what a great time I had. You just need to post some images of the crush in the tube stations, and my memories would be complete!
9 Sep 2010 8:48am
Great patterns, made by human and nature :)
9 Sep 2010 10:21am
Terrific! I love the colour of the sky and the composition is spot on. Lovely detail and lines. Bravo!
9 Sep 2010 10:26am
Magnifique !!!!!! This image is simply wonderful in every aspect: colors, light, framing and composition.
9 Sep 2010 11:30am
9 Sep 2010 12:14pm
Nice combination of these two subjects.
9 Sep 2010 1:14pm
That is a beautiful detail of the roofline in your angle, and some unbelievable color in those clouds. Very lovely composition.
9 Sep 2010 1:23pm
Good composition and light!
9 Sep 2010 5:26pm
9 Sep 2010 8:28pm
Stu, this is outstanding!
9 Sep 2010 11:26pm
Gorgeous colors for this beautiful composition !
10 Sep 2010 12:47am
Breathtaking shot again. I love your technique and the clarity of composition - not to say the picture quality is amazing. Any secrets you'd like to share with me? I'm a nikon d90 user though.
14 Sep 2010 4:12pm
@Nitin: Thx for your kind comments Nitin. Much appreciated. As for secrets - there's honestly nothing to tell! I wish there was haha! I hear the d90 is an excellent camera, at least the equal to (if not better than) mine.
As for my technique I shoot in RAW and use Canon's own software to convert to 14 bit TIFF which I work on in Photoshop CS3. I used to use Adobe bridge to convert from RAW but I find Canon's software is a better converter for the 50D - the images are more crisp somehow. I think Nikon's software is supposed to be good (if you shoot in RAW). People seem divided on the RAW issue but I think I get better results that way. Other than that, Photoshop is indispensable. LAB mode is great for boosting saturation and for B&W conversions. Do a quick search on the net for tips on Photoshop techniques (f that's what you're using of course).
Thanks again for your visit and comments!
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