Could someone please post direct download link to ACR 8.2 (Windows).Or post a web page link to where I can find this and future updates.
Jezsik and Wildbegonia, thank you very much :)The sky is natural.
Thank you to everyone else who voted for me (for both photos).Even the two 0.5 votes, they all count ;)
But, the real thanks should go to the legendary Santiago Calatrava.
Very good shot :)I'd like to take the scene myself.
Thank you all :-)
The clouds are real and not added.They do appear in the water, but are very faint (I can see them on my monitor).
Thank you both.
Well I'm not a professional and I can't imagine I'll get any commercial exposure through this photo.But, I'm available for employment, if anyone wants to hire me and buy my work.
I used a Nikon D700 and a Nikon 14-24 lens.ISO 200, 8 secs at f16.
Great minds think a like ;-) http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/7327570038/photos/1442523/grand-canyon
If anyone wants to follow me they can, I'll follow you back.But, if you start posting photos of One Direction, your toes/nails, and Double Tap messages, your on your own.Except if your a hot woman ;-)
The most original entry and it finishes last.There is no justice in this world ;-)
A belated Thank You to everyone :-)
"Use the SilverFX Pro plug-in to post process any photo — without a cat".
Thank you to everyone who voted, even the person who voted 1.0They all count ;-)
And thank you to all who've commented :-)
Thank you Onlooker and Barb :)
Thank you both :)
Here's a link to see the photo full size:http://www.marksykesphotography.co.uk/northyorkshire/e3f23bd10If you're using a 16X9 monitor press f11 on your keyboard to maximize the screen.I use a 16X10, so I don't need to.
No feet no vote ;-)
Thank you :-)
> Great work!Thank you :)
> Very nice shot indeed!Thank you :-)
> That looks cool at that angle. > > How does the wheel appear to be moving when the tyre appears stationary? Or does it have some strange shiny wheel?Thanks Jules.I guess it's just a shiny wheel, I've not PP to make it look like it's moving.
Thank you very much Steve :-)
Most of the time I'm the statue, this time I am the Pigeon ;-)
Steve Throndson wrote: > Great photo. Congratulations on 1st place! Your choice of lens and the low angle show the size of the car well. They were huge back in the 50s. I think the vignetting and black & white add to the 'vintage' look. Good work!> > PS: I like the attitude you've stated below - that you enter 'more in hope than expectation'.