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Lens: 18-55 DA L @ 20mm Camera: K10D ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/250s 
Posted By: SauliusM, 07-15-2010, 07:47 AM

From my vacation in Latvia's seaside.


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Powerful. Moody. Menacing. Excellent.

And with the kit lens, no less!!!
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Wow! That sure catches and holds my attention. Great job.
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thanks ye, it's possible to shot with kit lenses too

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I absolutely love this image - except that antenna. It looks very odd to me for some reason.
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great effort. picture totally absorbing, with the use of neo-mono-chromatic technique - as if single color, predominantly shades of grey, with a tinge of brown..... details and compo are real winner too. exposure and focus - perfect!
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The post proccessing really created a wonderful mood.
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QuoteOriginally posted by iocchelli Quote
I absolutely love this image - except that antenna. It looks very odd to me for some reason.
I didn't paid a lot attention on that antenna, even didn't thought that it can distract somebody

thanks for the nice words, guys, it's very nice to hear that

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Excellent post processing, I like the painting-like style!
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I really like the picture. I'm not sure how I feel about the antenna - might be too much sky without it.

I do wonder about the horizon. Maybe it's an illusion but it doesn't look flat, and it's not just warped in the usual lens distortion manner either.

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Great Image. JIM
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Very well done!
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I really like the picture. I'm not sure how I feel about the antenna - might be too much sky without it.

I do wonder about the horizon. Maybe it's an illusion but it doesn't look flat, and it's not just warped in the usual lens distortion manner either.

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heh, good notice I didn't saw that, I think it might be so because of that 5 shots were made handheld(not using a tripod or something) and program is adjusting the separate objects in case of camera shake and they are in different locations. I hope You'll understand me


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