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High noon in VIS

High noon in VIS
Copyright ©2005, Dirk Guttmann
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Photographer: Dirk Guttmann
Folder: Architecture dirk
Uploaded: 16-Aug-2005 18:02 CEST
Current Rating: 8.75/4
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Camera: Olympus C8080
Exposure time: 1/250
Aperture: F 2.5
Focal length: 7 mm
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 50
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Contrast, croping (NO LIPSTIK applied !)
Image resized to: 489x1000

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My vacation mood is comming back seeing those beautiful picture's from Croatie.You realy can publish them in a tour operators magazine. I would love to see a dia show from your trip. Best regards,

Fonzy - at 20:21 CEST on 16-Aug-2005 [Reply]

High noon in VIS

Very well exposed. Nice shot. -

Sergey Green at 20:49 CEST on 16-Aug-2005 [Reply]

Damn good picture

Everything is good in this picture.

Frank Martens at 21:01 CEST on 16-Aug-2005 [Reply]


Thank you Fons, Sergey and Frank ! What we need is good light ......

Dirk Guttmann at 21:08 CEST on 16-Aug-2005 [Reply]

Another Great Shot!

Dirk, You Nailed it again - BEAUTIFUL!

Randy Garbez at 06:10 CEST on 17-Aug-2005 [Reply]


Thank you Randy for your compliment ! This shot was taken from my smal swimming craft ! I used a polariser and I was afraid the the sun light would be to "hard" for a good shot ! Now I realizeed that for a distant subject like this little town houses this light was not so bad ! For a typical portrait this light would be impossible !

Dirk Guttmann at 11:23 CEST on 17-Aug-2005 [Reply]


Nice picture. Good control of the hard light ( the polarizer work great in this cases) a beatiful sense of presense.

Sergio Di Giovanni at 22:13 CEST on 17-Aug-2005 [Reply]


Thank you sergio ! I understand what you mean with "sense of presence" ! It is the relative clarity, sharpnes and contrast AND what I think helped this frame is that i cropped out 50 % of the water and 50% of the sky to get a kind of close up panorama - Cinemascope- like impression ! Thank you for commenting Sergey ! ( your HORSES - the 1. one - provides this "sense of presence" which I really enjoyed !)

Dirk Guttmann at 09:50 CEST on 18-Aug-2005 [Reply]