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sunset @ tagaytay

sunset @ tagaytay
Information sur la photo
Copyright: Walter Paul Silos (walterms) (176)
Genre: Lieux
Média: Couleur
Date de prise de vue: 2005-12-30
Catégories: Nature
Exposition: f/5.6, 1/160 secondes
More Photo Info: [view]
Versions: version originale, Workshop
Date de soumission: 2006-02-20 4:47
Vue: 1841
Points: 8
[Ligne directrice - Note] Note du photographe
caught this beatiful sunset at tagaytay during our last visit...

need your comments here as i do,
sharpening +2
saturation +1

thanks :)
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A rbsplaces: thanks!walterms 1 09-23 05:18
A kitflorendo: thanks sir!walterms 1 02-21 05:31
A graemann: heywalterms 1 02-21 05:28
A pablominto: hello sir!walterms 1 02-21 05:24
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Hello Walther,
This is a beautifully composed picture with good colours! Your 2 points is for this, and because I'm in a good mood today -
However you have a serious quality problem since the pixels do not behave the way they should... Hard to say what may have happened, one thing is for sure you may save at considerably higher quality (200 kB max, your is 74 kB only). You should investigate into this matter since your image is worth a better presentation!
Pablo -


We need to go to Tagaytay to take a reshot k? The image is small. I will discuss to you the essentials of downsizing and upsizing... Ahehe.

Your shot is one of my dream shot. This are the images that swim in my head. =)


I see Taal Volcano! Not the best view of it but it is difficult to shoot at the best of times.
Sunset shots need something very special to make them into winners. You cannot simply rely on a colourful sky. At least you have some clouds in there AND you have placed your horizon line within the composition to maximise on the sky - and on a thirds line. All good points.
As 'pablominto' says - quality is paramount and you can increase your quality easily. Just ask 'graemann' ;)
The manila Jury, actually in Las Pinas, awards you the full two points as encouragement but also hints that you have now used up half of your sunset shot allowance ;)

Correct me if I am wrong, but I think this is Sunrise. I've been to this place and shot pictures in the late afternoon. The sun was setting opposite. Nice elements here but the jpeg artifact and tilt distract. I'll give full marks because few people shot this scene in the early morning.

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