Jay OC

Lives in United States Houston, TX, United States
Joined on Jan 22, 2015

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  • Good series. I like the facial expressions of the first two.
  • No I did not get a chance to see it. I do need to go back there at some point. Cathay Pacific used to have an unlimited travel ticket for 21 days once you arrived in Asia. I always thought that ...
  • Nice series. It is good to meet up with fellow enthusiast. I have only passed through HK with overnight stays. It seems like I was always enroute to somewhere else in Asia. The best stay was at ...
  • Replied in Botanic
    It is a nice series in general. #1 and #2 are my favorites. I ike 1 for the way the flower is isolated from everything else. #2 interests me because of the geometric pattern. #3 is good because of ...
  • Vert nice, the clouds and sky really make the photo. Did you use a polarizer by any chance?
  • Thanks Alex, looking forward to seeing more of your work.
  • The additional cropping did not degrade the photo at all. In actuality, I think it is better than the original. Some of the details in the feathers start to stand out. Thanks for the suggestion Alex.
  • Thanks. I have been very happy with it.
  • Thanks. I believe it is one of the best parks in the system. Caprock and Palo Duro beat it for scenery. Other parks in the Valley have just as good birding. But for all around enjoyment, this gets ...
  • I thought about it some but as I was already cropping heavily, I was afraid of degrading the photo. The trouble is the 18-56 is too short of a lens for that park. Before I bought the Leica, I ...
  • I was out at the park over the weekend with the CL. I managed a few good shots there but I was missing my Nikon with the 200-500 mm lens. There were a few shots where the reach was needed. All the ...
  • Good photos of an interesting installation. Where is it?
  • Interesting murals. I do enjoy looking for good urban art when traveling. Well shot.
  • The lack of sharpness may have been caused by the f2.4 aperture, ISO 160 and 1/100 s shutter speed. Increasing the ISO and stopping down to f8 to increase the depth of field may have yielded ...
  • Very nice shot. Scenery like that must help with the commute. It is definitely more scenic than the highways in Houston.
  • The scenic view and nowhere to stop is a world wide problem. It happened to me this summer while in Ontario on the Trans Canada Highway. Also this fall in Utah while on vacation there with my wife.
  • Great composition. I like the contrast between the dark clouds and turquoise water. Have you tried this as B&W?
  • Of the 3, I like #2 and #3 the best. #2 has good composition and I like the sky / horizon in the photo. #3 is appealing because of the alignment of the pipes and the shadows falling across them.
  • Very nice. How much post processing did you have to do? The question is more directed to the quality of the DNG file than to your tasted in processing.
  • I like the lighting and the B&W tones of the photo. The composition seems too busy to me. The model seems to take away from the geometry. It would be interesting to see how the Fence and the ...
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