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The Colors of Goodbye
Posted By: Amador, 03-31-2008, 01:06 PM

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Amazing capture and superb presentation.
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Wonderful colors and emotion. Nice shot.
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Very nice Amador, I really like it

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very nice image. THanks for sharing.
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Thank you for your comments.

This shot is really loosing a lot in compression for the web. I am not very good with computer/software, so I don't really know how to optimize the images for the internet.

In the original file, the colors are very deep and intense. They look quite washed out here.

Thanks again for viewing, and especialy for taking the time to comment.
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Hi there, this is wonderful. What lens did you use? Any PP work?
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Hi there, this is wonderful. What lens did you use? Any PP work?
Thank you.

I used a Sigma 10-20mm. Not much PP work. Just some sharpening.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Amador Quote
In the original file, the colors are very deep and intense. They look quite washed out here.
Happens all the time, Amador, but this shot - considering the vagaries of the internet, is excellent nonetheless. Very moody and emotive, with wonderful color - and you have presented it well also. Well done and good shooting.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Darius4522 Quote
Happens all the time, Amador, but this shot - considering the vagaries of the internet, is excellent nonetheless. Very moody and emotive, with wonderful color - and you have presented it well also. Well done and good shooting.
Thank you Darius. I appreciate your words.
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