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Photographer: Ricardo Rico
Folder: Ricardo R. Rico
Uploaded: 12-Jun-2007 00:26 CEST
Current Rating: 9.33/3
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Camera: Olympus C5060
Exposure time: 1/100
Aperture: f/8
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Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 200
White balance: Daylight
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Levels, lights and shadows and cropin PS.
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Image resized to: 600x750

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Greaqt colors and perspective! Like very much of the hot color in here.

Cheers.

Pedro Afonso at 12:21 CEST on 12-Jun-2007 [Reply]

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Beautiful colours... sharp focus.. well done.

Robert Melnyk at 12:56 CEST on 12-Jun-2007 [Reply]

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Pedro Afonso wrote:
> Greaqt colors and perspective! Like very much of the hot color in here.
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> Cheers.
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Thank you very much Pedro !! best wishes , Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 01:46 CEST on 14-Jun-2007 [Reply]

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Robert Melnyk wrote:
> Beautiful colours... sharp focus.. well done.
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MAny thanks Robert, I am glad you like it.. Regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 01:47 CEST on 14-Jun-2007 [Reply]

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A very good picture.
Great colors and composition.
IMO the branches at foreground are a little overexposed...
Regards
Bruno

Bruno Nardin at 06:59 CEST on 14-Jun-2007 [Reply]

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Bruno Nardin wrote:
> A very good picture.
> Great colors and composition.
> IMO the branches at foreground are a little overexposed...
> Regards
> Bruno
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Many thanks for your comments Bruno... and it is true.. I am agree with you about the foreground sticks. Best wishes,
Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 02:31 CEST on 23-Jun-2007 [Reply]

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Shelley O'Connell wrote:
> Hi Ricardo,
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> I really like the simplicity of this and bold colors. One can imagine this woman involved
> with someone in the house. It gives a flavour of this culture.
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> Regards,
> Shelley
> Many thanks for your comments Shelley. You are right, some ladys were talking inside the room, a small handicraft shop beside the family house. Later, I spent a time with they. They were so friendly and open to talk about their customs and traditions. Best wishes, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 02:46 CEST on 23-Jun-2007 [Reply]