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I mean, can you say, with 100% certainty, that the US Mint will give you a coin just like in the picture? --293, 2 January 2007 (UTC)If you lowered the red channel in other areas then the red on the flowers would be "redder" relative to the rest of the image and you can get more red in the image without blowing it out.
HDR doesn't necessarily have to be for brightness, the same principle applies to colors too --froth This high resolution image of the HUDF includes galaxies of various ages, sizes, shapes, and colors.
While this has adversely affected the sky on the left where the sun was setting, in my opinion that does not diminish the encyclopaedic information or quality of the image as the garden itself is beautifully lit.
Incidentally, in case anyone's wondering, the curve of the path and wall are real, not an artifact of the creation of the panorama. Don't take this too harshly Altiris, but maybe kill the over the top voting except for truly exceptional cases.
As long as the image is exceptional in my opinion, it gets my vote.
-- I understand that in an ideal world, there are a few things that could be fixed in this photo, but for the most part these are known limitations that are particular to concert photography.
And bear in mind that this isn't a repeat subject because the last image was an illustration of a focus bracket. I did try a full body shot, but he kept moving - the focus brackets I uploaded where the only ones I managed to produce --Fir0002 , 2 January 2007 (UTC)A large, high res and compelling photo of whaling in the Faroe Islands that I feel is very encyclopaedic.
--Fir0002 , 1 January 2007 (UTC) I just noticed that only the composed 3-image focus series was promoted, which leaves just one real Wolf spider FP, crawling from its hole. A bit POV, yet displays similar content to the holocaust-era images of mass graves. The number of whales I think shows that the practice is of economic significance, essentially summing up the two main arguments behind whaling.
This image was taken shortly after the air raid against the U. carriers protecting Midway, and has been used in several notable publications (among them Robert Ballard’s book about the Battle of Midway and his search for Yorktown).
However, you can be rest assured that my votes will be...ahh, what's that phrase...harder to earn as time goes on.
This does not mean that I give Extreme Support for no reason, though.
All it needs is a little rotation correction and it should be good to go.
Comment - This Trade Dollar is a Proof coin (see pic) and is completely natural and somewhat enhances the beatuy of the coin.