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the others. what makes them so different?

(full view is crucial)
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all-10-of-mine Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2009
This is beautiful! Simply breathtaking. I love the use of the bright sky and the dark, beautiful blue of the hills. The central postitioning of the pole is also very effective, and the lone bird on the left... It all comes together to make a simply stunning image. I was going to write a critique, but that implies that there is something to be improved on. If there is anything to be improved on here, I cannot see it! If I could give this three thumbs up, I would.
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budislav Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2009
i`m not lover of the white sky,it can to ruin a photo,but in this one are not so bad. my favorite is cloudy weather (darker, better) :)
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budislav Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2009
too bad for white sky but blue is excellent.
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2009  Student Photographer
u don't like the white sky?
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djailledie Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
May I ask how you did this?
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2009  Student Photographer
sure! I took two photos: One with the mountains and the sky, the other pic with the electricity-post, farm and valley etc.. After combining those two, I drew the birds one by one with my mouse in Photoshop. The rest is some standard darkroom-postwork, really.

By the way, do you use photoshop from time to time?
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djailledie Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Well done!
Nope. Photoshop Element 2.0. Now raw. Never more than 10mn of processing - when nothing works. I try to do as much as I can in camera, which is exposure and composition.
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2009  Student Photographer
I really adore your ability to do so. Because you do it the "classical" way, your pictures have a lot of authencity in them. that's what makes them so special (and nice!):)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot. Maybe if I knew how to use Photoshop, I would use it more!
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denkyo Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2009  Student Photographer
(sorry, late reply ^^;)

feel free to ask me anything about Photoshop! I'm not an expert, but I think I got to know some good tricks and methods through the usage ^^
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djailledie Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
:thanks:
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djali84 Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
wonderful!
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LEQUARK Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
crazy and wonderful!
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2009  Student Photographer
haha^^ thanks!
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CBJJBC Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009   Photographer
:bulletblack::bulletblue: featured >[link] :bulletblue::bulletblack:
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
:faint: wow!
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le-trou-noir Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009
Stunning, but why is the sky so bright and the are hills so dark?
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
because it's a photomanipulation, as indicated by the category^^ I thought it'd look better that way, some sorta contrast, you know... but don't you like it? ;P
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le-trou-noir Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009
yes it's a contrast but I think it would be nicer with a dark
sky , because than you see the birds and the mist better
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:icondenkyo:
denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2009  Student Photographer
you are right, it's pretty hard to see them now... I might change it. anyway, I'm gonna try it out, let you know if I get a result ;P

thanks a lot for the critique!
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valleyelf Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009
so mysterious!
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1121113 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009
amazing :]
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:icondenkyo:
denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
thanks bud ^^
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cynferdd Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Amazing!
It definitely needs to be seen in fullview. I love the colours and the general composition. Good job :)
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
yea, fullview is compulsory here^^ thanks, glad u like it :)
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Iardacil Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2009
Stunning
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
thank you^^
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Yokko Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2009   General Artist
I love the harsh contrast between earth and sky and the foggy blue tone of the land.
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
glad to hear that, thx :)
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neptunering Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2009
The left birdie is in the zone of trees, more nature it seems and looks more peaceful that way. the crowd of birdies on the right on the other hand seems to be in the residence and industrial area and looks as if it has lost its beauty. to me anyway :D
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
nice interpretation! :nod: :D
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tapsiloglog Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2009
this is really nice.
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
thanks :)
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FrankWolfePhotograph Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome work Instant :+fav:
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denkyo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Student Photographer
thanks a lot! :)
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FrankWolfePhotograph Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Welcome :)
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