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Old 5th July 2009
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Above the clouds

These are some shots from last years holiday, although I was sat with a dirty window I am interested in your comments.

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Old 6th July 2009
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Re: Above the clouds

Oh no 50 views and no comments these must be very bad
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Re: Above the clouds

Actually I quite liked them, even with the Ryan Air windows.


Unfortunately more threads are getting 'unanswered' (my own included), I do try to 'field' some of them - but I'm more than aware that I've a deplorable number of posts in this group.

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Re: Above the clouds

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Actually I quite liked them, even with the Ryan Air windows.


Unfortunately more threads are getting 'unanswered' (my own included), I do try to 'field' some of them - but I'm more than aware that I've a deplorable number of posts in this group.

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Re: Above the clouds

To be honest, I can't see any pictures here, just numbers.
Some of us don't/can't come on the forum every day, no matter how much we'd like to.
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Re: Above the clouds

I like these - shots from another part of the globe.

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Re: Above the clouds

I do like the cloud formations on number 4. very nice... where in the world is it?
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Re: Above the clouds

They would be better photos if you crop out the windows, even if they end up an awkward shape at least it wouldnt be too obvious how they was taken.

Then I would do a little sharpening in photoshop to taken away some of the blur from the windows.

If you try this, re-post the new photos for us all to see
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I do like the cloud formations on number 4. very nice... where in the world is it?
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Re: Above the clouds

Nice pics i love photo 2 the one where you can see the ripples in the see ( i bet they are sizeable waves at ground level
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Hi Grumpy,
Hope you don't mind I've cleaned your windows a bit!

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Re: Above the clouds

Excellent work gno, I would still crop though
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Re: Above the clouds

I like the frames - they give a context to the shots and can be used to give shape to the image.

The re-works by gno are a good job and help to emphasise this.

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Re: Above the clouds

The originals were already really good shots - the cleaned up ones are even better.

In response to a comment earlier in the thread, yes, it is a sort of shyness! To me it sometimes seems a bit cheeky to comment on shots that someone has taken time and trouble with, especially as I haven't posted a lot myself and am still developing my skills.
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Re: Above the clouds

that's clever, how did you do it?

I like the clouds shot by the way, loads of texture.

[QUOTE=gno;46412]Hi Grumpy,
Hope you don't mind I've cleaned your windows a bit!

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