Canada Alberta Airdrie
by Jessica G.
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Jessica G., on December 3, 2007, said:
I know I upload too many photos taken from my backyard, but these turned out so colourful I couldn't help but share them!
This was a 15 second exposure, so the real scene was darker. The sky was exceptionally beautiful tonight, set off by the lights on the snow.
Volkan YUKSEL, on December 4, 2007, said:
I am glad you did, colors of the night are always my favorittes. Is 15sec all you got? :) Cheers, Volkan
AlexMatos, on December 5, 2007, said:
Well done Jessica, a very good night shot!
Jessica G., on December 6, 2007, said:
Thanks Volkan and Alex! 15 seconds is about all I could stand of the cold! But it was still fairly bright, these pictures are actually darkened a little afterwards.
Volkan YUKSEL, on December 6, 2007, said:
Yes, first overexposing and than reducing gamma creates stunning colors. Some times thats what I do too. Cheers
hawepoti, on December 7, 2007, said:
Jessie thank you for your exellent pictures, I like them very much! I noticed you by our friend Volkan, he teached me in 3D and I still have to learn a lot!
Greetings from Bavaria
Jessica G., on December 7, 2007, said:
Thanks a lot for the comment, Harry!! I'm glad you like my pictures. (Backyard or not?) Volkan, Chip and Vasco are also the ones who taught me 3D photography. I haven't uploaded many 3D photos recently because most have been indoors or macro, but I still do it every chance I get. 3D's very addicting!
Greetings again from Canada,
David Evers (a.k.a. …, on March 5, 2008, said:
Thank you for your response to my question in the forum. I thought I'd browse your pictures to find a favourite. I think I've found it. It is also nice to see someone make a great photgraph from their own back yard. Shows you don't need an "exotic" location to find inspiration.
Cheers from Holland,
Jessica G., on March 5, 2008, said:
Oh thanks David, glad I could help. And thank you for your nice comment! I don't have many "exotic locations" to go to, but there are wonderful views anywhere you go, even if it has to be your own backyard.
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