Photo-a-Day (Friday, 23rd October, 2015)
Photo: Colin Butcher (Sony DSC-HX300)
Oh No more ripples ... great pic though.
Not my cup of tea, Colin - it`s butchered!
A great photo, could be a painting.
The trees and grass look fake, sorry Colin, never the less a nice shot.
Lovely scene - just a bit harsh on the eyes. Blended 50/50 with the original it would work well.
It would have been ten times better and a more interesting conversational snap if it had been left alone.
Brilliant photo, absolutely love it, and I liken it to an oil painting from the old masters.
For a change, i agree with Garry.
sorry it look more like a painting ,or one done in oils ,not keen
Not one of my favourites Colin, sorry. I agree with Dave Oy , too harsh on the eyes
Not your best Colin. Shame could have been a good un without special affects. Wow someone agrees with Garry lol.
Good composition Colin. Have you any control over the in camera HDR on your HX300? My NEX 6 has an auto mode as well as manual settings. I think the +-2EV manual setting works best in mine.
It's not that bad. All photos look poor after following Dave Oy. Here's my tip for what it's worth, just point the camera a take what you see, and don't retouch or tamper.
Thanks Everyone For You're Feedback, Will Deffo Take It On-board..(No Pun Intended)...Yes! David Is The Answer To You're Question..But Ime Still In The Learning Stages Of The Camera..The HDR Mode Has A Low, Medium, And High Res..So I Will Experiment With It,..Just Thought I Would Try Something Different,.. Thanks Again
It is a touch heavy on processing but think it is agreed that it is a good pic. When we start processing our shots, we all tend to overdo it in the initial stages - but it is fun experimenting. Carry on Colin.