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OibyrdsDDs Featured By Owner May 2, 2006
Hi There! :wave:
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jimeh Featured By Owner May 3, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
:D :hug: thank you!
OibyrdsDDs Featured By Owner May 3, 2006
You are very welcome! :) :glomp:
TheNateProjecT Featured By Owner May 1, 2006
Nice shot. The angle you chose fits it well. Not a lot of contrast, but for some reason it works. The grey of the building grows to the white hue in the sky, makes for a good effect. Like someone else said, the door (or whatever that is) at the bottom left is a tad bit distracting, but to crop it out means to lose a lot of what makes this shot cool. Well done in all aspects.
jimeh Featured By Owner May 2, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks :)... and thanks for the fav :D
gONZOm Featured By Owner May 1, 2006
gooood picture, i like the tone, the angle, and the clouds a lot
irphis Featured By Owner May 1, 2006
nice tones - the clouds work great
one thing though distracts me - the door(?) in the lower-left part of the photo
but generally the pic's pretty :clap: ;)
jimeh Featured By Owner May 1, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks :)... and i know what you mean, but everything can't be perfect ;)... its a lower column or whatever its called just like the ones above... i could have cut it away, but generally i try not to edit anything else than colors and contrast in photos, kinda to try to keep the photos as close to as what it looked like when i took the photo, even tho my contrast/color adjustments sometimes brings photos to an unrecognizable state...
irphis Featured By Owner May 1, 2006
you're right - too much digital editing is not a good way to improve pictures
but you could always come closer to the builidng :D
jimeh Featured By Owner May 1, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
heh... yeah, best way to edit a shot is to retake it with modifications thats needed ;)... altho i didn't really have that option either with this shot since i took in march last year, in sweden... lol... so basically i was in one of those "use this or piss off" kinda situations cause i don't feel like taking a 4 hour flight for one photo, not to mention i'm broke... lol... thats my problem, when i'm taking photos, i'm just taking a bunch of photos... sometimes i look at very small details i might wanna change, so i take another shot, other times i take photos by just pointing the camera and not caring really whats at the edge or not, cause i didn't even look at the screen on my camera before i took the shot... altho plain aim and shot photos do generally turn out quite interesting :)... altho the photos i like to take the most is when i'm going for some really weird angle so i literally have to lay down on the ground or something, cause its just weird and fun, and the expressions on some peoples faces that happen to walk by can be quite hilarious... lol
irphis Featured By Owner May 2, 2006
I perfectly know what you mean ;)
about weird angles - look at this photo of mine [link]
marksda1 Featured By Owner May 1, 2006  Professional General Artist
nice texture and cool perspective - good eye
deviant-sarge Featured By Owner May 1, 2006
I love the effect of the clouds in both of these images - nice work mate :)
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Mar 23, 2005, 4:47:54 PM