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Time for a break

Time for a break
Photo Information
Copyright: Per Arild Struksnes (pepsfalk) Silver Note Writer [C: 3 W: 0 N: 22] (228)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2004-10-25
Categories: Transportation
Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2004-11-18 15:56
Viewed: 2435
Points: 10
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
I have been to a business trip to the Faroe Islands. I was travelling around the island, and for that purpose I had to rent a car. I have two boys at home, and the most interesting part for them is to know what car I had..."Remember to take a picture of your car....." Well, I donīt care so much about the car, but more about the beautiful nature up there, so why not combine the two things...Well, here it is.
I have ajusted the colours and saturation + unsharp mask, and the picture has been cropped.

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Ah, we see the other side of the car and the beautiful landscape. I like how the grassy cliff goes right down to meet the ocean.

i like this picture better than the other one with the car on the left and the green hills on the right. in this picture, the car and the road all point to the center of the photo. that guides the viewers eyes better instead of pulling them to the left and right.

nice adjustment on the colors too. i like the green.

I like the angle of the car in this photo, rather than the first one. This angle shows the scenery very nicely, and the composition has more depth to it. The colours are very good. If you 'burnt' in the darker shades of the sky, it would make it more dramatic. It is easy to do in Printshop with the Burn Tool.

Really enjoy the punch in the colors and nice use of the shorter focal length.

Nice picture! The colors are great and the perspective is really nice.
I thought this might do well as an ad... so I transformed it into one by just adding some text and posted it as a workshop. It's nothing technical, just for fun!
See you,

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