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  #152 View From the Window
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From the lounge chair       ©2015 babysister
Panasonic DMC-GX7       19th place, 38 points
1/320s, f9, ISO 125, 50mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Cropped, sharpened, filter and cloned small reflection.       Extra Info: Mid morning from my living/dining room, looking out on to the balcony and beyond.
 
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Mepo
Jan 25, 2015
    I get the sense that I'm looking through a fly screen as the photo seems to lack some definition. I like the row of flowers at the rail but dislike the way they slice the shot in half - sorry. My eye keeps being drawn towards the horizon and I'm very envious of this view.

Lo
Jan 24, 2015
    Looks like a great place to grab a cup of coffee - beautiful view.

johncomyn
Jan 24, 2015
    Not obvious your behind a window, could just be standing on the balcony. Not a bad view, not liking the filter you used.

Jade O.
Jan 24, 2015
    Makes me remember that winter here won't last forever.

babysister
Jan 24, 2015
    SteveBee: I have noticed that Northern Hemisphere members do not like (believe) the colour of our Australian eucalyptus trees. I tried to give them more green by adding a green filter which accounts for the odd coloration. Not sure I should have now, but worth a try. Always experimenting.

forkcandles
Jan 23, 2015
    the roof section in the top left hand side is a distraction along with the chair and pot. otherwise like the colours and the sky work well.

Elyod
Jan 23, 2015
    Nice composition and focus. I like the way the shadows of the railings create a tile effect on the floor.

SteveBee
Jan 22, 2015
    I like the overall idea. I think I might have tinkered a bit with arrangement or composition to bring the chair fully into the frame. Another quibble is the post on the right -- straighten or crop out. Is the odd coloration due to some filter, the tint of the window, color balance?
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