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Have a Seat (2)
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Photographer: Denny Giacobe
Folder: DennyG
Uploaded: 27-Mar-2010 03:53 CET
Current Rating: 8.00/5
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Camera: Olympus E30
Exposure time: 125
Aperture: 16
Focal length: 18
Lens: 9/18
Focusing method: iESP P-AF
ISO: 100
White balance: Daylight
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: HDR
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Image resized to: 667x500

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lovely colours and great control of contrast. Seems to be an ugly shadow at the bottom, maybe a small slice off the bottom would minimise this. I like the picture very much though.

Mike Bywater at 23:57 CET on 27-Mar-2010 [Reply]

Oly colors...

Very nice this one. Remind me of colors captured by the Oly-Kodak coupling (E-1, E-300, E-500 and E-400)
Nice view, composition and cropping too.

Olav Agnar Frogner at 15:34 CEST on 28-Mar-2010 [Reply]

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Mike & Olav
Thank you both for your comment.

Denny Giacobe at 15:44 CEST on 28-Mar-2010 [Reply]

Have a seat

A lovely composition and nice lighting on the bench!

Arun Prabhu at 12:33 CEST on 31-Mar-2010 [Reply]

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Arun Prabhu wrote:
> A lovely composition and nice lighting on the bench!
>
Arun
Thank you so very much for your comment, it is so greatly appreciated.

Denny Giacobe at 13:59 CEST on 31-Mar-2010 [Reply]

Great photo

I agree with one of the above comments that the shadow at the bottom distracts significantly, but otherwise, great photo.

Arthur Bogard at 04:18 CEST on 02-Apr-2010 [Reply]

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Arthur Bogard wrote:
> I agree with one of the above comments that the shadow at the bottom distracts significantly,
> but otherwise, great photo.
>
Auther
I appreciate your comment, sorry you don't like my shadow.
Why am I unable to see any of your work?

Denny Giacobe at 13:51 CEST on 02-Apr-2010 [Reply]

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Denny Giacobe wrote:
> Arthur Bogard wrote:
> > I agree with one of the above comments that the shadow at the bottom distracts significantly,
> > but otherwise, great photo.
> >
> Auther
> I appreciate your comment, sorry you don't like my shadow.
> Why am I unable to see any of your work?
>
Auther
I apologize just noticed you list your work on flicker.

Denny Giacobe at 13:54 CEST on 02-Apr-2010 [Reply]

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I'm assuming this is another 1-shot HDR which is again, impressive. I don't want you to think I don't like the photo...I just typically always try to include constructive criticism on any photo I review, as I personally prefer criticism than blanket "I like this photo" comments. Again, quite impressive. Keep up the good work.

Arthur Bogard at 19:27 CEST on 02-Apr-2010 [Reply]

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Arthur Bogard wrote:
> I'm assuming this is another 1-shot HDR which is again, impressive. I don't want you to think
> I don't like the photo...I just typically always try to include constructive criticism on
> any photo I review, as I personally prefer criticism than blanket "I like this photo" comments.
> Again, quite impressive. Keep up the good work.
>
Yes Arthur this is another single shot HDR, I have a very good teacher, and I also like constructive criticism, much better then "Nice Shot.
I truly appreciate your comments.

Denny Giacobe at 23:14 CEST on 02-Apr-2010 [Reply]

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Beautiful color composition...the warm colors are inviting, and do make me want to have a seat. I am not bothered by the shadow mentioned in other comments. The perspective is lovely, making me want to linger, but move on to see what is further down the path. It has a dreamy, almost hand-tinted quality that I like very much.

tracy woodruff at 22:19 CEST on 08-Apr-2010 [Reply]

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tracy woodruff wrote:
> Beautiful color composition...the warm colors are inviting, and do make me want to have a
> seat. I am not bothered by the shadow mentioned in other comments. The perspective is lovely,
> making me want to linger, but move on to see what is further down the path. It has a dreamy,
> almost hand-tinted quality that I like very much.
>
Tracy
Thanks so much, For your time to take a look and your comment.
This was the second shot from my brand new E30.


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Denny Giacobe at 00:21 CEST on 09-Apr-2010 [Reply]

wonderful perspective

Denny,

Excellent perspective and composition.

Well done.

Mark Stodter at 19:48 CEST on 16-Jun-2011 [Reply]