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Water tank..
Posted By: hrishi, 08-24-2008, 12:23 AM

K10D, Kit lens at 18mm, f4.5, 1/8, ISO 100, handheld, EDR..

C and C appreciated..

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Nice composition

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great picture, i didnt get the size of the tank untill i spotted the little person toward the horizon.
very surreal feel to it, like a impending doom
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I lkie it. I'm waiting for the monster to show up. Good job.

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Like your dark brooding sky and what appears to be graininess. Perhaps it is from the swirling moving clouds. No matter, I like the shot.

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Nice shot

tank you

08-24-2008, 06:40 PM   #7
Damn Brit

Wonderful moody shot.
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Great sky and I like the grain in this.

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Thanks to all for your feedback..I didn't expect this image would receive favourable reviews.. If it wouldn't have been this thread, I wouldn't have thought that the image was good enough to show to people..clearly this shows the importance of posting images on the forums....btw, the grain in the sky was unintensional, but I liked it too, hence didn't soften the image..
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Indeed it was a dark and stormy night ... nicely done.
08-25-2008, 07:41 AM   #11
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Besides that it makes me thirsty ... a realy good image. You are talented. Perhaps the thirst counts positively as well.
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dec ent pic and PP, I probably would have perspective ccorrected it some.
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Thanks Daacon, Douglas and Raz-0.

Raz-0 how can I correct the perspective? are there any PP methods?

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