PIX 2015
whazzup_64

whazzup_64

Lives in Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Joined on Dec 4, 2005

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  • Replied in Siam Discovery
    The hub is the focal point and the circular lines emanating from it lead the viewer's eye - mid-round-out. In addition to the geometrically nice and eye pleasing composition (sort of fibonacci), ...
  • IMO, yes. I like this one better.
  • This is definitely one of the best photos I've seen recently on this forum and I enjoyed looking at it very much. Thanks for posting. The framing, wonderful perspective, the depth of the scene, ...
  • Replied in Arches
    @1: I like the feel this highly detailed and well processed photo, how the patterns change and how the photo is horizontally divided in half. It contains a multitude of patterns and textures and ...
  • Created discussions Congrats, Steve Th.
    for the first place in the Naturally flat challenge. Excellent photo, would be interesting to see the BW version as well... :)
  • Replied in Wizard's Hat
    Great subject, I like the depth of field and reflections of the stone and clouds. The far rocks on the right side make the composition too unbalanced for my taste, but I doubt you could avoid ...
  • Replied in Lost at Sea
    Hard to go choose. I like them all, not only from compositional point, but also from processing one. The first one is actually the "weakest" in my view. Toning and especially the impressionistic ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Breitling Super Constellation
    Placed 8th in the challenge.
  • You are right. That is the Lockheed Super Constellation. This year is the 60th anniversary since it was built...
  • Created photos Budapest Air Race 2015
    Today there was an air show / race at Budapest, so despite high temperature and blazing sun I decided to snap some photos and share with you. These guys (apart from the big 4-motor aircraft) fly ...
  • Just for the sake of the correctness, the second bridge (the one with the dark tower on the left) is the St. Charles bridge. Based on the view, I would say that the photo is taken from the castle ...
  • Replied in Seascape
    Very dynamic composition with nice leading lines. The person on the cliff looking down is a perfect detail that gives even more drama. The background seems to be a bit unsharp, though (lighthouse ...
  • Replied in Watson Lake
    Nice location that has a lot of potential but this photo needs more work IMO. The photo is sharp, the rocks and their details are nicely visible, but only as a secondary interest if you manage to ...
  • It is decently composed and executed.However, it is too dark and too static for my taste. I miss some "film noir" elements,  such as more pronounced details in the cobblestones, a villain's shadow ...
  • I concur with John, in terms of dof, just a bit more would make the dark water part sharp end to end. Composition wise I also prefer #1. In addition to this, it is a bit dull and seem to be ...
  • The first one is ambiguously interesting, although it seems out of focus. On one side, I would prefer only the "whole" three limbs (a.k.a. "three-legged-creature"). On the other side, the way ...
  • Good composition, lots of leading lines even leading patterns. Slight asymmetry and people give it dynamism. I like how wall and lamps on shadowy right complement/contrast their counterparts on ...
  • Replied in Wires
    Aesthetically and purist concept wise the first one makes it. The extraneous objects like buildings, trees, etc. on the rest of the photos, while offering some documentary value, clash with the ...
  • I think it is a decent attempt which needs further work. I like the facial expression, the details in his face and hair, the floor patterns as well as the overall composition. The perspective ...
  • This floor tiling got my interest. What do you think?
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