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Photographer: Ricardo Rico
Folder: Ricardo R. Rico
Uploaded: 12-Jan-2007 01:41 CET
Current Rating: 9.00/4
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Camera: Olympus C5060
Exposure time: 1/1000
Aperture: f/4
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Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
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Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Levels, lights and shadows and resize y PS
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Image resized to: 607x789

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the sun may be a bit too bright but the compo is good ;-))

DeeVee V at 02:05 CET on 12-Jan-2007 [Reply]

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the compo is great,and Im freezing while Im looking at that picture,and yes,the sun could be a bit with less contrast,..like it

karmen orlić gr?etić at 16:49 CET on 12-Jan-2007 [Reply]

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Great shot Ricardo...good lighting and sharpness!!!
Regards;Manuel

manuel sousa at 18:23 CET on 12-Jan-2007 [Reply]

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Great shot. Well Done. Regards Kirsty

kirsty bushell at 23:44 CET on 13-Jan-2007 [Reply]

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Nice shot! I like the sensation of presence. Ok the sky is a little overexsposed! Best regards Sergio

Sergio Di Giovanni at 22:00 CET on 14-Jan-2007 [Reply]

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Which camera do you prefer ?
The 7070 or the 5060.
I bought the 7070 and I like the features but the lens feels DOF feels better on the c5060 i think.

Yes this is a nice shot, I like the sky.

Christopher Ashworth at 02:57 CET on 15-Jan-2007 [Reply]

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A very nice perspective, Rico
Wel done
Regards
Bruno

Bruno Nardin at 07:28 CET on 15-Jan-2007 [Reply]

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Truly a great image! The only flaw has been discussed already - the blown out highlights due to the sun. Did you consider shooting another image with exposure for the sky? Was a tripod at hand?
Regards Dietrich

Dietrich Gloger at 19:49 CET on 15-Jan-2007 [Reply]

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DeeVee V wrote:
> the sun may be a bit too bright but the compo is good ;-))
>
Many thanks for your comment, I am agree with you about the sun, my apologies for the delay in reply your comment, best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:46 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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karmen orlić gr?etić wrote:
> the compo is great,and Im freezing while Im looking at that picture,and yes,the sun could
> be a bit with less contrast,..like it
>
Thanks Karmen, yes is true the sun is so brilliant but the escene was with a big contrast.... and again my apologies for the delay in reply your comment, best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:48 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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manuel sousa wrote:
> Great shot Ricardo...good lighting and sharpness!!!
> Regards;Manuel
>
Manuel thank you very much for your comment and my apologies for the delay in reply your comment, best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:48 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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kirsty bushell wrote:
> Great shot. Well Done. Regards Kirsty
>
MAny thanks Kirsty for your comment and my apologies for the delay in reply your comment, best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:50 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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Sergio Di Giovanni wrote:
> Nice shot! I like the sensation of presence. Ok the sky is a little overexsposed! Best regards Sergio
>
yes I am agree with you Sergio, thanks for your comment and my apologies for the delay in reply your comment, best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:51 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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Christopher Ashworth wrote:
> Which camera do you prefer ?
> The 7070 or the 5060.
> I bought the 7070 and I like the features but the lens feels DOF feels better on the c5060 i think.
>
> Yes this is a nice shot, I like the sky.
>
Hello Christopher.... I prefer the 7070 because I can use f/11 and increase the DOF for my macro pictures and I think the menu is much better than the 5060, but still I have my 5060, I love both cameras. Thank you very much for your comment and my apologies for the delay in reply your comment, best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:55 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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Bruno Nardin wrote:
> A very nice perspective, Rico
> Wel done
> Regards
> Bruno
>
Bruno thank you very much for your comment and my apologies for the delay in reply your comment, best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:56 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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Dietrich Gloger wrote:
> Truly a great image! The only flaw has been discussed already - the blown out highlights due
> to the sun. Did you consider shooting another image with exposure for the sky? Was a tripod at hand?
> Regards Dietrich
>
Yes I am agree with you about the overexposed sky... I did not use tripod and haven?t my Cokin ND graduate filters, the light condition were very difficult, I tried to improve in PS, but this was the result, maybe if I have time i can try again. Thank you very much for your comment and my apologies for the delay in reply your comment, best regards,
Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:59 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]