Indisputable winner! Congratulations for this stunning photo!
Couscousdelight: Great shot, it deserves to win this challenge.I can't understand how some people could give the lowest rate to that shot, 0.5/5...
It's simle: just to get rid of the strong competitor.Well deserved, great shot, congratulations!
It's a stunning piece of astrophotography you present us and it impresses me a lot! Congratulations from me. But I'm afraid you purposely disobeyed the key rule 'unnoticeable PP". Yes, it's all about PP to get the best possible outcome, but the difficulty of this challenge, imho, is to show how much you can pull out in just one, very lightly modified, if needed, shot.So, for me at leat, its greatness colaterally disqualifies it, unfortunatelly.
A word of immediate explanation: I uploaded this photo in previous challenge, but withdrawed before voting phase begins for not meetingthe one of the rules (one person only, if I remember well).Therefore I feel allowed to use it now. If not, I ask the Host for a proper intervention.
An amazing picture, yet it looks like an HDR. Hope it's not.
For my curiosity only. I'm quite convinced, there is no way to obtain such exposure (in terms of dynamic range and contrast) in one shot only. All the details (dotted star trails, fine grid artefact across the whole surface of a frame ) suggest, the image has been stacked. Am I right? How many shots did you take?In my opinion it is a challenge-topping entry, congrats!
Amazing picture, congratulations!
Thank you! :)
PS. This is the place, the "Schindler's List" was filmed.
Nice picture, although I wonder what are the REAL parameters of the shot. The viewing angle and the DOF of the picture certainly doesn't match these ones. Would be grateful for letting us know the good ones. Don't take me wrong, I really like it. :) Regards!
Nah... It's just a Photoshop. ;)Britties, I think this obvious photoshop composition should be disqualified from a challenge for not meeting the rules. If it was a single shot, I wouldn't have said a word. Regards.
Truth. My apologies!
Ohhh.... yes, now I realize where I saw the capture date restriction - in the challenge's main comment! After searching through my collections, already forgot about it and just glanced at the "capture date rules", which allowed me to post this one. Although this inconsistency might be a little bit confusing, I'll try to find something more recent. Thank you for paying me attention on it.
To be honest, I don't like much this background blur, sorry. There's some shadow (blur) around the person, that doesn't look too natural too. To my taste you slightly overprocessed this, otherwise really nice picture. I apologize if I'm wrong.
A snow falling in a street lamp light. Have similar one.
Yes, it's a dripping tap water upside down
Primary Flight Display in the background, but what's on the first plane? A yoke, I presume.
Please ignore the exif's focal length - because of the modification it's irrelevant data. The equivalent focal length, although I don't remember it already, were probably sth around 400-500 mm, shot was taken from a distance of around (or over) 100 meters.