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We took this last year Oct while visiting Europe. Was about 9am.Cropped, Straightened and Leveled.Taken with a Coolpix L21 Point and Shoot.
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#1. "RE: Flying Around the Eifel" | In response to Reply # 0
Tiaan, this has a lot going for it -- the birds seem to be flying around the tower.It looks like this image was taken sunset, but exif data says 9:03.You captured the mood wonderfully.I think it can be improved by using a standard crop (to remove the tilt) and adjust the image so that the bottom half was lightened, like using CS's Shadows and Highlights.~LarryC (eLCee)
#2. "RE: Flying Around the Eifel" | In response to Reply # 0
I like the image, the tones are good, like the birds and the sun. I wouldn't adjust it as far as the exposure goes.Sorry, but not a big fan of the tilted frame. A good picture doesn't need a frame (yours doesn't need one) and especially for architecture
#3. "RE: Flying Around the Eifel" | In response to Reply # 2
I will redo and post a new one.Thanks for the feedback. Out of about 50 or so photo's we took that morning (between me and the wife), is this the only one with the birds flying.
#4. "RE: Flying Around the Eifel" | In response to Reply # 3
How about this? Lost the sun with the crop but there is still a hint of it left.
#5. "RE: Flying Around the Eifel" | In response to Reply # 4
I like that a lot better. Is it possible to give it a square crop and keep the sun in the frame?The birds make it a very original photograph, as I don't recall ever seeing an image of la Tour Eiffel quite like this