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Great dragonslayero 2006-11-30 6:38

Hello Roberto

This is a magnificent view with some pretty amazing depth.
Composition seems to work well, there isn't exactly a spesific target but I feel the overall view is great and deserves the entire attnetion.
The use of colour tones is great, the gradual fade from dark in the top to the lighter colours of the sand in the bottom is excellent.
There is however quite a bit of grain in the photo, I first though it just was the fog in the distance but it seems to spread into other areas as well. Did you consider Neatimage?
Thank you for sharing.

Odd Jarle

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Old 11-30-2006, 02:13 PM
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Default To dragonslayero: neat image

I have been told a couple of times now about Neatimage, I shall check it out. Thanks for the good critique and advice.
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Default Re: To dragonslayero: neat image

It's free online so why not try it.
Keep in mind though that unless you buy the full version you will not be able to process images that are larger than 1024 pixels.

Oh, and do experiment with the settings...

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