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On The Camel


On The Camel
Information sur la photo
Copyright: Edwin Mogi (jagung) (136)
Genre: Lieux
Média: Couleur
Date de prise de vue: 2006-10-05
Catégories: Portrait
Appareil photographique: Canon EOS 350D, Tamron AF 18-200mm 1:3.5-6.3 XR Di-II, Vitacon 62mm UV
Exposition: f/11, 1/2500 secondes
More Photo Info: [view]
Versions: version originale
Date de soumission: 2007-03-07 2:12
Vue: 2359
Points: 22
[Ligne directrice - Note] Note du photographe
I was in Inner Mongolia, China. I took a photo of camels...
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Wonderful photo, well balanced, good shadows and nice colors,

btw I hope you meant "I take photos of camels" when you said "I shot camels" :s

nice shot with good view of mangolian desert. good POV. and thanks for sharing.
muhammad

Brilliant composition, not easy to get the focus this good when you are on a moving object (or animal!) The colour seems a little oversaturated, but overall its a great image.
karen

WArm colors and nice perspective accentuated by curvee trails of caravans. Good works

Excellent shot! Great composition. Well done. Ed

Hi Edwin
This ia such a good shot! The colours, the shadows, the curvy patterns leading into the shot. I love it! Well done!
Regards, Bev

u capture the right moment where there is good shadow casting.good pov too, make the viewer as if riding too

Hi Edwin
Yes, you certainly did take a photo of camels! Haha
A long camel train - and a great perspective, good choice to show them from the lower left corner, winding up through the shot. It's dramatic, interesting, and the eye is led up to the small group near the top.
Good work
Rew

Wow, great photo! I love the vibrant colors, especially the reds because they really stand out against the sand. I also think you have a great composition. The repetition of the camels getting smaller and smaller makes it look like you can see forever and the snaking line is visually interesting.
Great work!

Hi Edwin, Very good composition of the camel train with the S curve leading us up through the picture. Good strong shadows too. You did well to get such a sharp shot from the back of the camel! TFS. Regards, Pat.

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  • [2008-03-07 1:38]

nice depth good picture

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