Posted by Johnno at
You're in a real groove with this. It's a little unsettling, although in a good way, how photos can lose the iconic aspect so easily with the HDR stuff.Storms are clearly your thing, too, and I'll bet they're the ones that lend themselves best to the use of the tech.
By Scruggs, at 6:11 am
Yes, clouds with their contrast seem to add something, especially in landscape shots. The water on the road was an added bonus. The unsettling aspect I get too making something look like a computer game, that's probably because I am actually going for that effect......turning the volume up to 11 on the manipulation options.It's strange, some photos turn out really well and others which I *think* will turn out interesting turn out to be total duds.It's a bit of lottery which adds to the appeal.
By Johnno, at 7:10 am
By بنت الحياه, at 1:50 am
Just be careful .. dont take shots whiles driving again :)
I can say I just photoshopped them in!
By Johnno, at 2:20 pm
They all look very El Greco to me - shades of Toledo. You've got some great stuff here, johnno.
By MaryB, at 8:01 am
c'mon, you louse...send me a crack. you know i want it. after barbados an' all...very very cool...i love the lurid saturation. i've buggered up a million pics with saturation...now i know how to do it. but i don't have p-otoma--x.we could show 'em. the southern hemisphere an' all. we'd be famous. turst me. better still, mail me...
By Mike Golby, at 3:32 am
that should be 'trust me'. but you know you can...me being an honorary aussie blue mountains man myself...
By Mike Golby, at 3:33 am
Lighthorse interchange is my favourite bit of architecture ever. I miss it terribly. You've got some groovy photos, all power to you!
By lexxielizzie, at 2:54 pm
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