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Dutch harbour views
Netherlands, Enkhuizen, May 2011
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Mar 08 2012 13:33 GMT marioalbertina
How many boats sailing! ! ................
Mar 08 2012 13:37 GMT Myshots
Beautiful view with the boats in the harbour,and the framing of the trees....
Mar 08 2012 13:43 GMT skyball
A great shot for definition Peter!!!!!.....
Mar 08 2012 13:46 GMT happysnaper
Fantastic shot Peter.
Mar 08 2012 14:16 GMT martini957
Great shot....a heap of boats
Mar 08 2012 14:16 GMT hallo
Nice scene, is it not to much work this kind of enhancement Peter?
Mar 08 2012 14:24 GMT Lalbabu
Beautiful setting!!!
Mar 08 2012 14:35 GMT senna3
It is a very busy harbour indeed Mario!
Mar 08 2012 14:36 GMT senna3
Thank you Paulette.
Mar 08 2012 14:36 GMT senna3
Thanks Geoff.
Mar 08 2012 14:37 GMT senna3
Thank you Tony.
Mar 08 2012 14:38 GMT senna3
Presumably the most busy harbour along the IJsselmeer Nancy!
Mar 08 2012 14:43 GMT senna3
It is quite a bit of work Samir, but only a fraction of the total amount of work. Most of my photos are collected in albums with special themes (mills, mushrooms, harbours, facades, churches, etc.) and the composition of these albums with relevant texts for each photo requires much more work than the editing of the photos. Afterall, I am now retired!
Mar 08 2012 15:10 GMT peterpinhole
Wonderful view.
Mar 08 2012 15:47 GMT hallo
Thanks for the explanation peter, I read somewhere you have to take three captures of same scene, then with special software you work within photoshop to get such amazing effects. I would love to do it but I don't know how to deal with PS neither have I the patience :)
Enjoy your retirement my friend!
Mar 08 2012 16:13 GMT elsje323
nice harbour shot
Mar 08 2012 16:21 GMT senna3
Samir, until now I didn't create real HDR images based on several photos of the same scene. I got pseudo HDR images based on tone mapping of a single photo. When you use the default settings of the software you get an HDR-like image within a few seconds, e.g. by the freeware package http://qtpfsgui.sourceforge.net/
The various HDR software tools are much more simple than PS!
Mar 08 2012 16:50 GMT wijnie58
Another great shot...!!!
Mar 08 2012 17:08 GMT hallo
Thank you Peter...I'll check and try!
Mar 08 2012 17:51 GMT senna3
Thank you Wijnie.
Mar 09 2012 04:27 GMT Studio88
Makes me want to go back to Holland - Brilliant ;-)
Mar 09 2012 07:28 GMT senna3
Thank you Howard.