Did you use "unsharp" around the head of the cat?
Oh - this is a very good composition and a very nice image of the cat.
I might have chosen to cut of the upper image part (length equal to "R.com" or at least ".com" part).
But very nice!
Very nice Jan - good job!
I think the amount of smoke is just fine! Maybe it would have been better if there was more smoke in the front and less in the back.
But maybe not - I think the Lamborghini (isn't it a model of one of those) has it's engine in the rear end - but hopefully it shouldn't "smoke"!
Have a nice sunday!!! See ya!
At which focal length did you grab this photo! Who's on the photo? Someone you know or just someone you saw?
Indeed very nice work. Hope that I will be able to shoot such pictures some day. Colors are so natural - but of course - it's the 5D.
Nice photo and capture.
Even though the colors are a bit boring, but I guess this is due to the scanning! Velvia films should give nicer colors.
Which scanner did you use?
Not much to say... It's very nice. Nice colors and nice composition!
Very nice photo. But generally you have some very nice photos.
Have you been postprocessing?
Again a very nice picture from you...
You often find your way to Baaring and get very beautiful pictures.
Flot billede - du har dog været noget tættere på end jeg selv var da jeg fotograferede svanen.
Hvor har du fotograferet den henne?
Generally good Jan
But... I think some of "you and your son"'s have weird "edges".
Which technique did you use?
I often use the selection tool and select more space outside the person and use a large feather-value before cutting the "outside"-region.
Don't know if this technique would yield a good result due to the mirror-movement when taking the photo's.
I would really like to see the image where you are standing closest to the house (on the terrace) to see the comparison of the "edge".
Maybe it's the sun causing this.