"More grey than the blue colour of the sky"

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Lumières d'Opale, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. Hello,

    I HAVE SEEN THE EXCHANGE BETWEEN NOONS AND TROY PIGGINS. I DON'T
    UNDERSTAND THE PROBLEM OF TROY PIGGINS AND I THANK NOONS. THIS MESSAGE
    IS NOT A SPAM. IF YOU LIKE MY PHOTOS, YOU CAN LOOK AT THEM. IF YOU
    DON'T LIKE, IT'S YOUR ROGHT AND YOU DON'T VISIT MY WEB SITE.

    The "Lumières d’Opale" Gallery presents pictures of the Côte d'Opale,
    where the light is always changing. Some photos strongly raster have
    the objective to try to cross the looks of a pointillist painting and
    digital photography.
    Come and discover a new selection of 10 photos of winter 2010/2011
    2010 "More gray than blue of the sky": numbering Lumo 1183 to 1192.
    The Gallery, which is periodically enriched, today has about 280
    photos, easily accessible. Download and non-profit use are allowed,
    subject to mention the source. The site is not for no profit. I am an
    amateur photographer. I use a device "panasonic tz6", optical Leica.
    For optimal vision full screen: click on view/full screen, click
    "Slide show" top left.
    ATTENTION: to achieve this gallery, click the correct address:
    http://picasaweb.google.com/Lumieresdopale
    Sincerely,
    Daniel
     
    Lumières d'Opale, Apr 30, 2011
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    Rob Guest

    Daniel - you still insist in placing the subject bulls eyed in the
    middle. 1183 1184 1185 1190 just as examples - there is no balance in
    your pictures.

    Even your landscapes 1187 1188 1189 show this.

    There is too much dead space in your images. Make up your mind make a
    feature out of either the sky or the foreground.
     
    Rob, Apr 30, 2011
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  3. Hello,

    ....

    http://picasaweb.google.com/Lumieresdopale
    Sincerely,
    Daniel


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    I like your photos but would like to add these suggestions:

    1. telescopic landscapes don't work very well unless you crop a lot more
    tightly.
    2. your normal view landscapes don't get close enough to the foreground
    interest to make your photo interesting.
    3. don't put your horizon at the centre of the frame - it automatically
    makes your photo boring and uninteresting. Think thirds rule or 5/8 rule.
    4. lumo 1137,1078 are about your only 'good' photos.
    5. 0371, 0044 & 0347 could have worked better if zoomed further.
    6. where's the space on the bottom of 1121? Objects can look like they are
    floating if they don't sit on enough area.
    7. keep up your sunset and twilight photos - these are always good subjects.
    8. shadows like 0648 are a good concept but if you're too far away then you
    miss out on a better shot.
    9. 0066 would have been awesome if you'd zoomed in on the baot and waited
    for a bird to land on it.

    Have a nice day
     
    Murray Daniels, May 1, 2011
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    Noons Guest

    Lumières d'Opale wrote,on my timestamp of 1/05/2011 2:06 AM:
    WTF have I done now?
    Crap, I don't post for months on end and it's my fault?
     
    Noons, May 4, 2011
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    Troy Piggins Guest

    * Noons wrote :
    LOL. That's all I can say. :)
     
    Troy Piggins, May 4, 2011
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    Noons Guest

    Troy Piggins wrote,on my timestamp of 4/05/2011 8:35 PM:

    Hehehe! Unreal, Piggo! ¦D
     
    Noons, May 5, 2011
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