Some Very Nice Nature Photos...

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by David Ruether, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. Thought you might like these - although toward the end of the
    45 photos, some are "digitally overprocessed" or not correctly
    exposed (but these photos are mostly "whiz-bangers" in roughly
    the first half of the group, with some also later on). The slide show
    is at:
    David Ruether, Oct 9, 2009
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  2. David Ruether

    holy cow Guest

    Only one or two out of all of them *might* be worth putting on paper. It's
    mostly just standard stock-photography fare. Most of them badly done,
    oversaturated, many of them not even leveled properly, 1st time beginner's
    mistakes. I've taken photos in most of those regions noted, I can easily
    out-match all of them shot for shot. The "winner" certainly didn't deserve
    that spot, that's for damn sure. I wouldn't even waste a test print on
    something like that. The composition and exposure is nothing but beginner's
    tourist snapshot tripe. I guess this is what happens when things like Flick
    become a standard for photography.

    You people are so easily impressed. It's no wonder that online image
    hosting sites became so popular. You people will settle for anything. But
    then, how could you ever know the difference.
    holy cow, Oct 9, 2009
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  3. David Ruether

    Jeff R. Guest

    <snip whining>


    Whilst some of them are pretty pedestrian, there are many real winners in
    I seriously suspect the trolling cow's intentions and abilities.

    I particularly liked No.24, and would be surprised if the prhotographer
    didn't compose it with erotic intentions. (If you can't see it, I'm not

    Drop dead, cow, or do better, you supercilious twat.
    Jeff R., Oct 9, 2009
  4. David Ruether

    dwight Guest

    I'm guessing that there were 46 images submitted, but only 45 won. The other
    was cow's.

    dwight, Oct 10, 2009
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